Student says school sought to censor his religious artwork

04/1/2008 | Journal Times (Racine, Wis.), The

A Wisconsin high school student who allegedly received a zero on an art project after refusing to remove a cross and Biblical reference from the drawing is suing the district in federal court, asking that a class policy banning religious messages from being incorporated into art be found unconstitutional. "We hear so much today about tolerance," said attorney David Cortman, who is representing the student. "But where is the tolerance for religious beliefs?"

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