Covington Catholic High School
Nick Sandmann, a high school junior, filed a similar lawsuit against the Washington Post after his confrontation with Nathan Phillips went viral.
The Covington Catholic High student's suit says the Post “caused permanent damage to his life and reputation” with its report on a Lincoln Memorial incident.
Covington's Bishop Roger Foys says the Kentucky teens' reaction to the confrontation at the Lincoln Memorial was "laudatory."
Lexington's Bishop John Stowe said Covington Catholic students can't be "pro-life" while supporting a president who "denigrates" immigrants and refugees.
What really is the difference between the Covington students and Chiefs fans?
“The idea anybody could take joy in the destruction of young kids is absolutely outrageous to me," she said of the Covington Catholic students.
"I was all like, what?" Amber Ruffin said.
Covington Catholic High student Nick Sandmann told NBC he was "not disrespectful" to Native American activist Nathan Phillips.
The Twitter account that promoted a video of Covington Catholic High School Students surrounding a Native American man has since been suspended.
The actress and activist was responding to a viral video of a Covington Catholic High School student at the Indigenous Peoples' March over the weekend.
CNN flagged the account that spread the clip of Covington Catholic High School students taunting a Native American elder.
New allegations of racism have cropped up just as students and parents deny the last ones.
This is your opportunity to show our kids that bigotry has no place in America.
The student in the video said he received death threats after the confrontation and attempted to clarify that he was trying to help defuse the situation.
The student from Covington Catholic High in Kentucky denied harassing Native American war veteran Nathan Phillips.
Congresswoman Deb Haaland called the students' behavior a show of "blatant hate."