South Dakota lawmakers approved legislation in March to require all schools to display “In God We Trust,” but some teens in Rapid City don’t think the national motto is “inclusive” enough.
The student group WISE – an acronym for Working to Initiate Social Equality – are now working to pervert the purpose of the law for the sake of political correctness, and the Stevens High School students offered up a different design for the required school signs at a board meeting for Rapid City Area Schools on Monday.
“Even though we acknowledge that ‘In God We Trust’ is our national motto, we were hoping that we could somehow create a design and show students really want to be inclusive and […]
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