• Miley Cyrus is a controversial singer-songwriter
  • She recently released a song with Dolly Parton
  • An American school has banned it

She and the legendary Dolly Parton recently released a song called “Rainbowland”. The song is about inclusion and accepting everyone as they are. But not everyone likes it. An American elementary school in the state of Wisconsin has banned the song from being played.

Miley has become quite the activist

The board of the school claimed it “could be perceived as controversial” because of its lyrics. Lyrics like: "Where we’re free to be exactly who we are / Let’s all dig down deep inside / Brush the judgment and fear aside".

Also interesting:

But Cyrus’ Happy Hippie Foundation responded to the incident by generously funding Pride and Less Prejudice. This is an organization that provides LGBTQ books to classrooms from preschool to third grade...

Watch the video above to learn more!