When failure abounds, Viola can only do one thing: flee the country, no matter what the cost.
Fearing for her life and the safety of her family, Viola sets forth on a journey of redemption, starting with teaching her ungrateful son independence.
These lessons are then imparted onto those she loves, to varying degrees of success.
It will also compel the district's board of trustees to vote on whether to add sexual orientation protections to its policies.
No one should face retribution simply for being themselves.
However, Smith said the defendants violated Bailey's constitutionally protected civil rights.