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Blind Christian Once Banned From Public Park For Sharing Her Faith Wins Religious Freedom Case by Deborah Bunting

As CBN News previously reported, in June of this year, First Liberty Institute and William Wray Jr., an attorney at Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C., took up Blair’s cause and filed a charge of discrimination on her behalf with the Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights against Westerly, Rhode Island’s Memorial and Library Association for banning the woman from a public park. “Banning a blind woman from entering a public park simply because she offers people she meets religious material is outrageous and discriminatory,” said Jeremy Dys, special counsel for Litigation and Communications at First Liberty Institute. “No government entity should ban anyone—let alone a gentle, blind woman—for simply carrying on conversations about her faith and giving them a copy of the Gospel of John in a public park.”

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