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The Baltimore Sun

Ruling threatens Md. ‘Peace Cross’ and other veterans memorials

January 2, 2019 • In the News

By: Kelly Shackelford, President, CEO and Chief Counsel for First Liberty Institute As many gathered around a Christmas tree last week, attorneys representing thousands of Americans were busy putting the finishing touches on friend-of-the-court briefs in support of the Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial. The “Peace Cross,” as local residents call […]

Saving a Cross-shaped Memorial

November 16, 2018 • In the News

By: Keisha Russell, Associate Counsel with First Liberty Institute In early 1918, Howard H. Morrow was too young to register for the military draft. But that didn’t stop him. Joining the National Guard, he found his way to the Western Front just after he turned eighteen. He didn’t make it to […]

The Washington Post

The Bladensburg Peace Cross is a fitting tribute

November 13, 2018 • In the News

The World War I memorial cross in Bladensburg (Algerina Perna /The Baltimore Sun via Associated Press) By: Brett Reistad, the national commander of the American Legion In 1919, Gold Star mothers of Prince George’s County wanted to create a monument for their 49 sons who fell in World War I. […]

No Reason to Bulldoze the Peace Cross

November 12, 2018 • In the News

The Supreme Court will decide if the Peace Cross violates the Constitution’s Establishment Clause. (Associated Press) By: Emilie Kao Forty-nine families in Prince George’s County, Maryland, lost their sons in World War I. With their loved ones buried in European theaters of war, most of the families could not visit […]

The Daily Signal

In 1919, Mothers Designed a Cross to Remember 49 Veterans. Now the Supreme Court Will Decide If It’s Constitutional.

November 6, 2018 • In the News

By: Jeremy Dys, First Liberty Institute’s Deputy General Counsel. They came from many walks of life, the 49 boys of Prince George’s County, Maryland. Several were laborers like George Washington Farmer and William Lee–one white, the other African-American. One, Ernest Pendleton Magruder, was a well-known surgeon. Another, Henry Lewis Hulbert, […]

CBN News

Supreme Court to Hear Appeal as Humanists Fight to Destroy WWI Memorial Cross in Bladensburg

November 5, 2018 • In the News

Left to right, Medal of Honor Marine recipient Captain Henry Lewis Hulbert and African-American soldier, Private John Henry Seaburn, Jr. are among the 49 names listed on the listed on the Bladensburg Memorial. Image courtesy: First Liberty Institute By: Steve Warren The US Supreme Court announced Monday that it will […]

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