Cochran v. City of Atlanta

Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran: Fired for Faith (5/29/2020)




Client Story

Kelvin Cochran

Kelvin Cochran dedicated over 30 years of his life to fighting fires and protecting the communities in which he's lived and worked. (4/19/2020)


7 Big Wins You Helped Make Possible in 2018

Here are just a few victories from the past year that would not have been possible without your prayers and support. (4/20/2020)


Christian Post Names Top 5 Religious Freedom Victories of 2018 — 4 Are ADF Cases

2018 was a banner year here at Alliance Defending Freedom. And we’re not the only ones who noticed. (4/20/2020)


5 Reasons 2018 was a Banner Year for ADF

It’s amazing how far God has brought Alliance Defending Freedom during our first 25 years. Let’s take a look back on 2018. (4/20/2020)


Christmas Comes Early: Victory for Chief Cochran Also Benefits Other City Employees

The ruling of a federal district court today protects not just Chief Cochran, but all employees in Atlanta. (4/29/2020)


Why Did Chief Cochran Really Get Fired?

In an article for the Wall Street Journal, writer Jason Riley examined the real reason that former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran was fired. (4/20/2020)


Chief Cochran Won His Case! Here’s What His Victory Accomplished.

For the past three years, Chief Cochran was involved in a lawsuit against Atlanta – standing not only for his rights, but also for the rights of all city employees. (4/20/2020)


This U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Could Create More Stories Like Chief Cochran’s

Redefining “sex” to include “sexual orientation” has major implications for the freedom of all Americans. (4/29/2020)