How to Return Prayer to America's Schools
It’s up to America’s Christian kids to be bold
“It is well settled that religious speech is protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution, even when that speech is taking place on the public school campus,” notes Sekulow, quoting the 1981 decision Widmar v. Vincent. “Supreme Court ‘precedent establishes that private religious speech, far from being a First Amendment orphan, is as fully protected under the Free Speech Clause as secular private expression,’” he notes, quoting the 1995 Capitol Square & Advisory Bd. v. Pinette case. “In fact, the right to persuade, advocate or evangelize a religious viewpoint, implicates the very reason the First Amendment was adopted. Accordingly, the Constitution forbids school officials from censoring student speech because of the religious content of that speech.”
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