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Standing for the Right to Kneel

Decision Magazine January 17, 2017

What Joe Kennedy thought would be a routine jog in 2007 became the first leg on a journey leading him into coaching and eventually to becoming a central figure in the fight to preserve America’s religious liberties.

Football coach suspended for praying after games files discrimination complaint

Town Hall December 20, 2015

Earlier this year Joe Kennedy, a Washington state high school football coach, received national attention when he was suspended for praying after games at the 50-yard line. Read full article »

Coach Suspended for Post-Game Prayers Files Religious Discrimination Complaint

The Kelly File with Megyn Kelly December 17, 2015

“These school communities that we see are under threat of guns, of mass murderers, and the one thing that won’t be tolerated is prayer, is God.” Megyn Kelly Read full article »

Football Coach Suspended for Praying Files Discrimination Complaint

World Magazine December 17, 2015

A Bremerton, Wash., high school football coach suspended for praying on the field after games has filed a discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Read full article »

Football Coach Suspended for Midfield Prayer Files Discrimination Complaint

Fox News Opinion December 16, 2015

One coach prayed to God. Another coach chanted to Buddha. But only one got punished — the Christian coach. Joe Kennedy, a beloved assistant football coach in Bremerton, Washington, was suspended on Oct. 28 after he refused to stop his post-game prayers at the 50-yard line. Read full article »

Praying Football Coach Files EEOC Complaint

Washington Times December 15, 2015

Mike Berry, senior counsel at Liberty Institute, said Tuesday, “All we are asking is for Coach Kennedy to be allowed to pray silently, for 30 seconds, at the 50-yard line after the game.” Read full article »