General Civil Liberties

Religious Liberty During The Holiday Season

11.30.17

True religious liberty can only flourish when the government does not blur the line between the separation of church and state, a  principle founded in the First Amendment of the Constitution. During the holiday season people may have questions about how public entities such as schools, libraries, or courthouses celebrate or participate in outward religious expression. In order to help provide answers, we’ve created some helpful resources to ensure that the government is not favoring one religion over others, or favoring religion over non-religion.

For Information on School Holiday Programs

For Information on activity Scenes and Other Holiday Displays on Public Property


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