A Texas school board rejects 'In God We Trust' signs in Arabic

Posted on AllSides September 1st, 2022
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Carroll ISD

The signs had the right message, as required by law. One stated "In God We Trust" over a rainbow background. Another was in Arabic. But the Carroll school district in North Texas rejected the signs, saying it already has enough for its buildings.

"Why is more God not good?" came the retort from Sravan Krishna, a local resident who sought to donate the colorful signs at a school board meeting in Southlake, a city in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, earlier this week.

Board president Cameron Bryan did not take up...

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