As displays of “In God We Trust” are being posted in public schools in South Dakota, reports say many school staff members are “very uncomfortable” with the display, and a student proposal for a more inclusive alternative was ignored.
According to a new Pew Research Center poll, most Americans cannot correctly answer basic questions about religion apart from questions about the Bible and Christianity. Religious and civic literacy are essential tools in protecting and understanding our neighbors in an increasingly diverse society.
At the second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, leaders from around the world and from a large diversity of faith traditions to discuss religious freedom challenges faced around the world. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the creation of an International Religious Freedom Alliance.
As the strength of the Establishment Clause continues to recede today, voices like Justice John Paul Stevens on the Supreme Court are more important than ever.
In a workplace discrimination suit, a federal jury required San Diego to pay Rasean Johnson, a city employee who faced continued religious harassment and proselytization at the hands of his supervisor, Sheila Beale.
A pastor in New York says the government infringed upon her religious freedom rights through government surveillance targeting her ministry to immigrants.