FREEDOM FROM RELIGION FOUNDATION V. NEW KENSINGTON-ARNOLD SCHOOL (U.S.C.A. 3RD CIRCUIT, 2015)

This case involves a challenge to a six-foot tall, 2000-pound Ten Commandments monument displayed at the local public high school, in violation of the First Amendment. A student's mother claims that she changed her daughter's school so they could avoid seeing the display. ADL's amicus brief argues that changing schools to avoid the display, as well as the child and parents' earlier interactions with the display, are exactly the type of harms that the Establishment Clause prohibits.