FORT COLLINS, Colorado -- A Colorado high school is getting some backlash after reciting the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance in different languages.
A Fort Collins multicultural student club decided to recite the pledge in French, Spanish and Arabic to the student body. They did so after clearing it with school's principal Tom Lopez -- who is now getting heated reaction from parents.
Lopez says his goal was to show that one message can be communicated in many different ways.
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