Should we remove religious symbols from public spaces? | The Tylt
Despite the separation of church and state, religious symbols can be found in schools, hospitals and public and state-sponsored spaces of all kinds. Some argue that these symbols are bold-face violations of the separation of church and state, and eliminating them would increase equality among religious groups. Others feel that, like it or not, some religious symbols are part of our history, and should remain in-tact as a result. What do you think?
Should we remove religious symbols from public spaces?
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