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The American Humanist Association, whose slogan is “good without God,” sent a letter last month to Dorchester District 2 officials threatening legal action over Oakbrook Elementary School’s support of students collecting food and raising money for Old Fort Baptist Church’s food pantry.
The association announced Thursday that the district “has agreed not to sponsor or endorse churches and religious institutions in the future.”
“We strongly support charitable giving, but the good intentions of fundraisers and food drives can be achieved in ways that do not favor any religion,” David Niose, legal director of the Appignani Humanist Legal Center, said in an email Thursday.