Case

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission (SUGM) v. Woods

A Washington Supreme Court decision forces a religious nonprofit, Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, to hire employees who do not share the organization’s religious beliefs. The ministry’s religious convictions and evangelization are the foundation of everything it does, and therefore every staff member must live out and share the Mission’s religious beliefs for the Mission to be successful.   (Photo Credit: Seattle's Union Gospel Mission (9/24/2021)

Case

A.H. v. French

Parents, Diocese of Burlington sue Vermont for religious discrimination in education (9/24/2021)

Blog

In North Carolina, an Effort to Silence the Voice of Student Faith

How would you feel if, before bringing up a religious topic with friends at dinner, or inviting, say, your next door neighbor to an Easter service at your church, you had to apply for a license from your local city officials? (4/20/2020)