New Jersey district bans religious music at school winter concerts

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BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ — A New Jersey school district has issued a new rule that says no Christmas music can be played at this year’s winter concerts.

There won’t be any Hanukkah or Kwanzaa music allowed, either.

The superintendent of the district told parents that there were some parents who questioned last year’s musical selections.

After a legal review, a decision was made that religious music should not be part of the elementary school programs.

6 comments

  • Sharron Hewston

    As Americans, we live in a FREE Country … we have Freedoms and Rights. They should NOT be allowed to take these from us! STAND UP, UNITED, AND FIGHT THIS FOOLISH DECISION as Parents of the children attending this Asinine School! Excise Your RIGHTS, I was taught that the MAJORITY RULES … God is on your Side. ;)

  • sharkdiver

    Over 3000 gods actually, but the religiously inclined never let the facts get in the way of their superstitions.

  • mark morgan

    So sad sharkdiver that you don’t understand there is only one true God. Whether you believe it or not. He does exist.

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