US S/COURT HEARS CASE OF NIGERIAN STUDENT STOPPED FROM PREACHING ON CAMPUS

Written by on January 13, 2021

THE U.S. SUPREME COURT HEARD THE CASE OF A NIGERIAN STUDENT, CHIKE UZUEGBUNAM AND JOSEPH BRADFORD, WHO WERE STOPPED BY GEORGIA GWINNETT COLLEGE OFFICIALS FROM SHARING THEIR FAITH PUBLICLY ON CAMPUS IN THE SUMMER OF 2016.

GROUPS ACROSS THE IDEOLOGICAL SPECTRUM—INCLUDING THE ACLU, THE CATO INSTITUTE, THE U.S. CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS, THE COUNCIL ON AMERICAN-ISLAMIC RELATIONS, AND A WIDE RANGE OF OTHER GROUPS—FILED LEGAL BRIEFS IN SUPPORT OF THIS CASE.


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