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Prayer in School Debate: 10 Times Twitter Has Proven Moment of Silence Isn't About God

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Critics of moment-of-silence laws in schools argue that such practices are a thinly veiled way to bring religion into schools. But Twitter users demonstrate that a moment of silence isn’t always about God.

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Critics of moment-of-silence laws in schools argue that such practices are a thinly veiled way to bring religion into schools. But Twitter users demonstrate that a moment of silence isn't always about God.
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