Use FFRF images in social media to protest Hobby Lobby decision

The Freedom From Religion Foundation's talented graphic design intern, Sam Erickson, a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has designed a number of images for FFRF members to utilize in protesting the Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling. Some of them are already up on FFRF's Facebook page and Twitter account.

Sam is also president of UW-Madison's Atheists, Humanists & Agnostics campus group.

Please feel free to use the images in educating about the harm of the court's decision. FFRF has taken the lead in calling for the repeal of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), the basis for the ruling that puts the religious beliefs of corporate employers over the conscience and rights of women workers to choose their own forms of birth control.

Read FFRF's press release, action alert and blog for more background, as well as FFRF's amicus brief, written by Marci Hamilton, to the Supreme Court asking it to overturn RFRA.


July 4

Repeal RFRA

Margaret Sanger


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