Religious iconography removed from library website in Tennessee (May 1, 2019)

The Blount County Public Library has removed religious iconography from its website.

The complainant reported that the library had three Latin crosses on its website and on a computer inside of the library used to search its catalog. Legal Fellow Chris Line wrote to the library’s director about the violation.

Library Director K.C. Williams responded to FFRF’s complaint. “Once I became aware of the situation, immediate action was taken to rectify it,” Williams wrote. “It is my intent to ensure that there are no further lapses.”

Freedom From Religion Foundation