dersA middle school in Oklahoma is being threatened with legal action unless it removes a painting that depicts two children praying, which has hung at the school for more than 18 years. To its credit, the Putnam County School District has flatly refused to remove the artwork. District officials said no one had ever complained about until a letter was received from the secularist Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), which is based in Wisconsin. Even though school officials insist that no specific religion or message is promoted through the print that hangs in Kenneth Cooper Middle School, the FFRF claims the painting discriminates against children who choose not to pray, according to a report Wednesday on onenewsnow.com. “It is our information and understanding that in the Kenneth Cooper Middle School office hangs a religious poster with an image entitled, ‘Faith in America’ by Donald Zolan,” stated FFRF staff attorney Andrew Seidel to begin his plea for the print’s removal. “The image features two children with their hands clasped in prayer, with an American flag background.” More