On POW/MIA Recognition Day, Americans set aside time to honor the men and women of our armed forces who were prisoners of war and those who never came home. Learn how we continue to defend the constitutional right of all service members, as well as their families, to express and live out their faith.
Watch this exclusive video of Vice President Mike Pence at The American Legion’s recent national convention directly referring to a First Liberty case. We’re defending a POW/MIA Remembrance display in a New Hampshire VA hospital that contains a family Bible donated by a WWII veteran.
The landmark precedent set by the Bladensburg WWI Veterans Memorial case not only helped protect the memory of our fallen heroes – it also played a role in helping the VA update its policies to permit religious literature, symbols and displays across facilities nationwide.
Together, we made history at the U.S. Supreme Court. Now, you’ll be among first to see our commemorative coin, designed to celebrate the landmark victory in the Bladensburg Peace Cross case.
First Liberty Institute Gives You Inside Access to The American Legion’s 101st Annual National Convention
Each year at The American Legion’s National Convention, First Liberty Institute bestows the Philip B. Onderdonk Jr. Religious Liberty Award to one exceptional individual for his or her efforts to defend religious liberty. Live from Indianapolis Follow First Liberty on Facebook, and get live updates from The American Legion’s National […]