Separation of church & state on PBS Insights, LIVE! 8-9p, 9/19

Is the Separation Between Church and State Blurred?
Thursday, September 19 at 8:00 pm

In Hawaii, where church services are held in school auditoriums and church equipment is used in public school assemblies, the lines separating church and state sometimes lack clear definition. What is happening to our Founding Fathers’ declaration that church and state should be separate? Do we need to modernize our thinking for the 21st century?

Planned guests to include: Peter Carlisle, attorney and former Honolulu Mayor; prominent civil rights attorney Mark Davis; Daniel Gluck, senior staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii; and Jim Hochberg, an attorney for the Hawaii Family Forum.

If you miss the Thursday program,  watch a rebroadcast on Sunday at 2:00 pm.

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