School Officials Forced a Third Grader to Take Off Her “Jesus Loves Me” Mask
Even though school officials allowed students across the school district to wear a wide variety of other messages on their masks, they forced Lydia to remove hers.
Young People Who Identify as Transgender Are Making Irreversible Decisions
As with any decision you make when you’re young, you might change your mind. What happens then?
This Supreme Court Case on Foster Care Could Have Big Implications for 3 ADF Cases
Please join us in praying for this case being argued before the U.S. Supreme Court next week.
Great News! Student Supreme Court Orders Jack Denton Reinstated as Student Senate President
University officials have a duty to uphold the Constitution on campus. But that is clearly not what happened at Florida State.
The Newly Confirmed Justice Amy Coney Barrett Will Hear an ADF Case Later This Term
In early 2021, ADF will be arguing before the Court on behalf of Chike Uzuegbunam, a former Georgia Gwinnett College student who was kept from sharing his faith with his fellow students—twice.
Should “Offensive” Speech Be Protected by Law?
It’s important to protect offensive speech so that the majority does not trample the minority.
Christian Animator’s Business Destroyed by Ideological Blacklisting
The answer to disagreement on issues of conscience is civil discourse, not publishing a polarizing document aimed at personally attacking those with whom you disagree.