School District Discriminates Against Pro-Life Clubs

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School District Discriminates Against Pro-Life Clubs

Bradley Mattes   |   May 18, 2015

Superintendent Jeff Schatz with the Fargo school district in North Dakota is getting unwanted attention from a law firm representing some of his pro-life students. Kids from local high Schools were denied a request to form pro-life clubs. Non-Curricular clubs enjoy the benefit of using the school name, hosting events and advertising their message on school grounds. Schatz is charged with violating the pro-life students’ rights under the federal Equal Access Act and the First Amendment. They’re being discriminated against even while the school allows a gay group to exist. Brigid O’Keefe had no problem starting a book club, but she was asked invasive questions about the pro-life club including the students’ religious affiliations. Let’s pray the school changes its mind.

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