The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) – a hate group that targets conservative Christian organizations for intimidation, threats, and destruction – has been funneling their anti-Christian rhetoric into public schools and our government for decades.
But, we have good news out of Washington, thanks to the pressure we’ve been putting on our nation’s leaders.
The Department of Education recently rescinded 72 guidance documents that the SPLC had forced upon them.
And, the Pentagon has officially severed all ties with the SPLC.
While this is great news, the Pentagon is the only federal agency to completely cut ties with the SPLC. With your gift today of $25, $35, $50, or more, we can continue our national campaign to ensure that the entire federal government severs its relationship with this anti-Christian hate group.
The Pentagon and Department of Defense had used the SPLC’s materials for training purposes on extremism.
The Department of Education continues to use training manuals from the SPLC in classrooms.
Throughout the federal government, the SPLC – which has encouraged hatred and violence against conservative Christians like you and me – has their materials labeled as “training documents.”
We cannot allow our children to be fed these lies, and our tax dollars to be spent training federal employees with this biased, anti-Christian, hate-filled rhetoric.
At the Christian Civil Rights Watch, we are a group of Christian legal watchmen who educate, communicate, and where necessary, litigate.
We proactively fight to restore justice for faithful Bible believers’ Constitutionally protected civil rights.
Unlike our brothers and sisters who defend the rights of our fellow believers, we go on the offensive against those who threaten them.
With your continued support, we can ensure that the SPLC is publicly denounced by President Trump, and that their influence fades into obscurity.
It’s clear that President Trump hears our cries, but he hasn’t yet mandated that all SPLC materials be removed from every corner of the federal government.
Thank you, and God bless,
Christian Civil Rights Watch
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