By Bob Kellogg, OneNewsNow.com
The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) is asking a New York school to reverse its decision to prohibit kindergartens from singing the song "God Bless the USA."
After months of rehearsals, Principal Greta Hawkins of PS 90 abruptly announced that the graduating kindergartners would not be singing Lee Greenwood's song at their moving-up ceremony. She thought it might offend people of other cultures (see earlier story). But Jordan Sekulow of the ACLJ reports that many multicultural families in that district are upset by her decision.
"This is a school with a lot of immigrants, a lot of people who fought hard to get to America," he details. "This has always been an important part of their graduation. Parents were excited about this, and then you have this kind of controversy erupt over 'God Bless the USA.' It kind of tells you what point we're at.". . .
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