Allentown High School Shoots Down Pro-Life Club

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Parkland High School has been accused of attempting to stifle the pro-life movement among its students by refusing to allow a “Trojans for Life” club to form, on grounds of the topic being too controversial, LifeNews reports. The Allentown school continued to hold this stance, even when informed that such refusal to allow student-organized pro-life activities is a violation of the federal Equal Access act. The school eventually stated it would allow the club—but only if its mission was modified to be less provocative and the students agreed to give up their rights to fundraise for it.

The Thomas Moore Society currently holds a lawsuit against the school for its discriminatory actions with regard to pro-life students.

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