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Michael Moore’s alma mater, Davison High School, has rejected Moore’s nomination to the school Hall of Fame four times in its four years of existence, and this year completely cancelled inductions to the Hall in order to cut off conversation about Moore.
Get Mike In, a website run by Davison grad Ryan Eashoo, collected more than 600 submissions supporting Moore’s induction, prompting Davison to halt the nomination process and suspend inductions indefinitely.
From the Flint Journal,
A lightning rod even before his film career, Moore was notorious early on for wearing a sandwich board and protesting at Davison’s main intersection and often was criticized for sparking debate while a member of the Davison School Board [at age 18].
Former Davison Mayor Kay Adair has criticized the decision, saying,
“Bottom line, they’re cowards for doing this. ... I’m disturbed at what they’ve done,”
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