A Harvey, Louisiana elementary school suspended an African American boy for violating a rule while he attended his fourth-grade class online. The violation? Ka Mauri Harrison moved a BB gun that his younger brother tripped on during an English test. Because the gun was visible during class, school officials said it violated their internet usage policy. In fact, expulsion had been recommended, but the school's hearing officer later opted not to expel the 9-year-old child. Business Insider reports it's one of several instances of black children being disciplined during the country's disorganized shift to online school. Business Insider reports that in May, a Michigan judge incarcerated a 15-year-old black girl for not completing her homework.