One of the nation’s leading humanist organizations is suing Kansas prison officials in federal court, claiming that officials have outwardly promoted Christianity inside a state-run prison. The American Humanist Association, a Washington-based organization that has over 34,000 members across the country, announced that its Appignani Legal Center filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the Kansas

Department of Corrections on behalf of an inmate, who accuses the government agency of promoting a Christian worldview at the Topeka Correctional Facility. The lawsuit says that prison officials are sponsoring Christianity by “displaying religious messages, images, and symbols on public bulletin boards and elsewhere on prison grounds.” The lawsuit considers the Christian-themed postings on the prison grounds to be “Christian propaganda.” READ MORE