Public Square

Protecting religious expression in the public square.


Because religious exercise is natural to human beings, it is natural to human culture. It can, and should, have a place in the public square. Religious discussion and religious displays should not be treated as dangerous expression, scrubbed from our public discourse. Becket fights to assure free religious expression in the public square. We have successfully defended the right of students to voluntarily say the Pledge of Allegiance, and the right to display statues, crèches, and other items with religious messages in public.

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