The Latest from Americans United
- Blog PostThroughout Public Schools Week, AU members and supporters spoke up about what public schools mean to them and their families. Americans United joined allies to promote the benefits of diverse, inclusive public schools as the building blocks of vibrant communities.
- Blog PostOne the women we’d like to recognize, especially since it’s Public Schools Week, is Lillian Gobitas, who, in 1935 at the tender age of 12, took a stand against mandatory recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in her public school and in the course made history.
- Blog PostAmericans United interns created a resource kit for high school students called “Know Your Rights!” to help you understand how religious freedom and the rights of public school students are protected.
- Blog PostThis week marks the 50th anniversary of a landmark case in which the U.S. Supreme Court held that a restaurant owner did not have a religious right to turn away customers. Yet some people are still arguing about this issue; the Supreme Court is set to decide a similar case this term, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.