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Somerset ISD takes down biblical religious display after complaint from American Humanist Association

Dec 18, 2019

By Fares Sabawi and RJ Marquez

A wall of the Somerset Early Childhood Elementary’s library is bare after district officials took down a religious display on Monday due to a complaint from the American Humanist Association.

Maury Vasquez, the district’s public information officer, said the decision to take down the display came after officials consulted with their attorneys on the issue. Vasquez said the display has been up since the beginning of the school year and they never received a complaint about it.

“We decided to go ahead and take it down, but we’re not happy about having to do that,” Vasquez said.

While a parent may not have complained to the district, at least one complained to the association. On Friday, American Humanist Association Legal Director Monica Miller sent a letter to Principal Sara Gonzales and Superintendent Dr. Saul Hinojosa.

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One comment on “Somerset ISD takes down biblical religious display after complaint from American Humanist Association”

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    flyingfsck says:

    Just kindly ask the school whether you can provide a display featuring Mohammed and Aisha and his other 12 wives and when they refuse, ask them to reflect on why they feel so different about religious displays now.


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