Bringing Religious Freedom to the Library
(1 min Audio Report – Freedom’s Call)
After a library in North Carolina twice denied Liberty Counsel’s application to use its meeting room because of the religious content of its presentation, we filed a federal lawsuit and received a judgment against Cameron Village Regional Library on all counts of our lawsuit.
The library agreed to remove all offending bans on religion.
Of all places, a public library should not only understand, but strive to uphold the First Amendment. Any policy that expressly prohibits meetings based on the religious viewpoint of the program is simply unconstitutional.
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