'Strange bedfellows': 5 diverse groups celebrate Supreme Court siding with student punished for preaching

American Humanist Association


The American Humanist Association, an atheist organization that filed an amicus brief on behalf of Uzuegbunam, expressed approval of the 8-1 Supreme Court decision.

AHA Legal Director and Senior Counsel Monica Miller said in a statement that she believed the decision was “a victory for the rule of law itself.”

“While we disagree on the proper interpretation of the First Amendment, we joined forces with the ADF because of our shared conviction that First Amendment liberties are meaningless if they cannot be vindicated,” Miller added.

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