An El Paso, Texas-based, non-profit, non-denominational organization formed to educate the public
about the dangers of faith-based legislation and the consequences of breaching the line
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AU launches initiative

If you think that you have been denied service due to gender or religion, go to

Americans United's new initiative Protect Thy Neighbor was launched
in support of the historic U.S. Supreme Court decision making it lawful for couples of the same gender to get married in all states. Protect Thy Neighor will serve as a resource in defense against some right wing conservatives who still believe they are entitled to discriminate against same sex couples. This is also a clearinghouse for related activities, events and updated news, along with a helpful blog.

Below: Member of the Board, Terry Sunday
delivers a Secular Invocation

Tuesday, October 4, 2015
El Paso City Council

Archive: First-ever secular invocation marks opening
of El Paso City Council meeting
Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014
Text of invocation
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