Oppose bible classes, religious displays in Missouri public schools


The Missouri Legislature is advancing a dangerous bill aiming to inject Christian nationalism into public schools in your state. Please take a few moments to contact your state lawmakers and urge them to oppose this theocratic proposal.

The bill, HB 108, would introduce bible classes into public schools and would require every school in the state to prominently display “In God We Trust” on school property.

This bill is part of the nationwide legislative push known as Project Blitz, which seeks to inject state legislatures with a whole host of religious bills, imposing the theocratic version of a powerful few on We The People. It is an unvarnished attack on American secularism and civil liberties — those things we cherish most about our democracy and now must tirelessly defend.

While politicians claim that these laws are intended to showcase the national motto, inspire patriotism or to teach the bible in the context of U.S. history, we know their true agenda is to abuse their access to young and impressionable children and indoctrinate them with religious orthodoxy.

Read more about bible classes in public schools.

HB 108 has already passed out of its House committee and will now be heard by the full House of Representatives. Please click on the red “Take Action” link below to use our automated system to call or email your representative and urge them to vote no on HB 108.


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