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Twitter:

Kennedy v. Bremerton is about a coach pressuring public school students to pray. Do you know what it’s like to be pressured to join public prayers by a coach or teacher? Share your story with us to inspire, motivate and educate others. #NoPrayToPlay https://www.au.org/get-involved/actions/school-story

Kennedy v. Bremerton is about a coach pressuring public school students to pray. Are you a coach or teacher who believes students shouldn’t have to pray to be part of a team? AU wants to hear from you. #NoPrayToPlay https://www.au.org/get-involved/actions/school-story

Facebook: 

The facts in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District are clear: High school players felt pressured to join their coach’s public prayers at the 50-yard line at public high school football games. Our country’s foundational principle of church-state separation means that no one should ever have to choose between their religious freedom and being part of the team.

Have you ever felt pressured to pray in public school or as part of a team? Share your story with Americans United and help us protect everyone’s First Amendment rights. #NoPrayToPlay https://www.au.org/get-involved/actions/school-story

Instagram:

The facts in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District are clear: High school football players felt pressured to join their coach’s public prayers at the 50-yard line at public high school football games. Church-state separation means that no one should ever have to choose between their religious freedom and being part of the team.

Have you ever felt pressured to pray in school or as part of a team? Share your story with Americans United and help us protect everyone’s First Amendment rights. #NoPrayToPlay https://www.au.org/get-involved/actions/school-story

 

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