With Espinoza v. Montana, the Supreme Court has an opportunity to build on its recent legacy of protecting religious liberty. Learn why the Court’s ruling could help stop discrimination against students of faith who’ve been denied access to scholarship programs—and how it could affect the religious rights of our children and grandchildren.
On Religious Freedom Day, FLI President Kelly Shackelford, along with clients Hannah Allen and Coach Joe Kennedy, attended a special Oval Office ceremony and shared their stories with President Trump. Get our expert insight on the three important actions the administration recently took to protect your First Freedom.
Victories from SCOTUS to Local Districts Signal a Bright Future for Religious Freedom in America’s Schools
Thanks to nationwide triumphs, 2019 was one of the most impactful years for people of faith in America’s schools. 2020 can be a new era of prosperity for religious freedom, when students can keep being bold in expressing their religious beliefs.
It’s hard to conceive why any school district would think requiring teenage girls to meditate on a song normalizing sexting would be acceptable. Yet, that’s precisely what led to a violation of Skylar Cason’s religious conscience at Steamboat Springs High School in Colorado.
First Liberty Institute brings you the key findings found in a new study by Pew Research that looks at the practices and perceptions of religious expression in public school.
Kennedy Kicks Off: With a “Fresh Set of Downs” from the Supreme Court, We’re Ready to Win Coach Joe’s Case
As a retired USMC Gunnery Sergeant and Operation Desert Storm combat veteran, Coach Joe Kennedy is never one to back down from a fight. Now, with his case back at the district court for a second time, we’re ready to start moving the chains down the field toward final victory.