Christian Student TARGETED For Her Faith | American Center for Law and Justice

A student was publicly shamed by her teacher for proclaiming her faith in Jesus during a drama-class monologue. We stepped in, reminding the school of the student’s First Amendment rights and religious freedom. The school rectified the situation, and this is a victory, but this type of situation is why we fight. Visit ACLJ.org/HELP if your student is facing a similar experience.

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