From Alliance Defending Freedom:

Alliance Defending Freedom filed a federal lawsuit Friday on behalf of a 6th-grade student after a Minnesota public school prohibited her from distributing pro-life fliers to her classmates during non-instructional time.[….]

In late February, the 6th-grade student and her friends at Nova Classical Academy peacefully handed out pro-life fliers at lunchtime to friends and classmates interested in the topic. One of the fliers read, “Save the baby humans. Stop abortion.”

A few days later, they were called into the  school director’s office and told that some students find pro-life fliers offensive and that they were no longer allowed to pass them out during or after school hours, even if students requested them. School policy also requires students to obtain “prior approval from an administrator” before engaging in free speech.[….]

The lawsuit explains that the “Academy’s literature distribution policy and practice leaves censorship of student speech to the whim of Academy officials” and exhibits “hostility toward religious expression.” Moreover, “the Academy has allowed other similarly situated students to distribute written materials containing secular expression during non-instructional time.”

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