I live in the Bible Belt. I see Christianity and prayer and Jesus everywhere I turn. Lately, I've kind of gone off the deep end and have a hard time keeping my frustration with the unnecessary, occasionally illegal, prevalence of Christianity.
It really pissed me off at my little sister's public school graduation when there was a student-led prayer during the service that explicitly reference "Jesus Christ of Nazareth" at least twice. It wasn't a moment of silence. It wasn't a generalized prayer to a God, however you would like to view that as. It was specifically Christian in the middle of a public school graduation ceremony.
I kind of shrugged it off because a student led it and I didn't know if that was legal or not since it wasn't an actual district employee. Today, I found out that it is, indeed, illegal for even a student to lead a prayer at a public school graduation.
I'm kind of thinking of lodging a complaint with the school about it. It was 3 months ago, but it is still valid. And it's unconstitutional, even if this is a predominantly Christian community. I want to see if I can track down an order of ceremony beforehand just to have physical proof of this, even though it undeniably happened.
Would you do something about it? It is explicitly unconstitutional.