N.C. school doesn't allow a secular student group to organize
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Secular students are having a little trouble in North Carolina. Recently, a group of secular students at a North Carolina high school was denied by the school, sparking a legal battle in the state, Religion News Service reported. One student wanted to start a Secular Student Alliance chapter at the school, but his request was eventually denied.
“I want a place where people who don’t have a religion can come and meet people with the same thoughts,” said Kalei Wilson, brother of Ben Wilson, who wanted to start the club. “This is a way to tell the school that not everybody believes in the same thing.”
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