Ricky, Robert, and Randy were hemophiliacs who contracted HIV from blood transfusions when they were less than 8 years old. Born to Arcadia, Florida natives Louise and Clifford Ray, the family was exiled from Arcadia as community members feared contracting the disease. Memorial Elementary, in DeSoto County, would not allow them to attend school due to their diagnosis. They became the subject of a federal court battle against the DeSoto County School Board to allow the children to attend public school despite their diagnosis. The Rays were victorious in their legal battle, winning a $1.1 million settlement. They were allowed to go back to school, but the Ray home was burned down a week after the 1987 decision, forcing the family to leave Arcadia.
These are the same people who want to come to your school and your place of work without vaccines, without masks, and wearing pistols on their hips.