Posts Tagged ‘Equal Access Act’

Religion in Public Schools

Americans United has pointed out many times that public schools need not be “religion-free” zones. There are ways students can meet for prayer or to read religious texts – but it has to be their choice.

In Georgetown, S.C., a local resident, Violet Infinger, had been coming onto school grounds for 10 years to pray with students and pass out […] Read More

Religion in Public Schools

Last night during dinner, my daughter Claire mentioned that some of her friends who attend another high school are preparing for a gang of protesters to descend on their school. Members of Westboro Baptist Church are coming to town!

You’ve probably heard of this crew. Westboro Baptist and its pastor, Fred Phelps, are best known for picketing at the funerals […] Read More

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