California Student Speaks Openly About His Christian Faith in Graduation Speech Defying School's Order
June 16, 2014
California's Brawley Union High School denied a Christian student's speech three times because he wanted to express his Christian faith, but the student decided to assert his freedom of expression by openly speaking about his belief at the graduation ceremony.
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