Peace Cross, built to commemorate the lives of 49 soldiers from Prince George’s County, Md. who lost their lives during World War I, is now being challenged as a violation of the Constitutional separation of church and state. (Courtesy Photo)Courtesy Photo
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A Memorial Or a Dicey Mix of Church and State?

THE AFRO — For almost a century, Peace Cross has stood in the District of Columbia suburbs, as a symbol to recognize the fallen soldiers during World War I. […read more]

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