In advance of a Day of Action for church-state separation advocates to oppose Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, AU joined three dozen faith-based, nontheist and religious freedom organizations to voice concerns about his record on church-state separation.
If you care about protecting public education and preventing public money from funding private religious schools, then you should be concerned about President Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. Kavanaugh’s record indicates that he’s hostile toward church-state separation and would support private school vouchers.
This week, AU Communications Associate Rokia Hassanein is wrapping up about two years at Americans United. She reflects about what she learned while advocating for church-state separation and religious freedom.
Church-state separation advocates rallying outside the Arkansas State Capitol recently were accompanied by an unexpected symbol: Baphomet, a goat-headed deity. The advocates were requesting equal representation in light of the installation of a Ten Commandments monument on Capitol grounds.
Surely the nation’s Religious Right groups have something to say about Manafort and Cohen? After all, if these things were happening to a Democratic officeholder, if this amount of sleaze were oozing out of the White House and flowing down Pennsylvania Avenue, I feel certain they’d speak out.
One of the biggest concerns about President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is how he could shift the balance of power on the court on matters involving reproductive rights. Many women - including several Americans United interns - are sharing personal stories about why birth control is important to them and why they fear Kavanaugh could interfere with their coverage, all in the name of religion.