Religious freedom & court rulings

Citizen magazine
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We're looking for something that conveys the concept of court decisions impacting religious freedom in America.

Be as creative as you like--this will be the cover story, so we'd like at least one image that's fairly spare in order to accommodate cover text. Photos that could be used as the lead or secondary images inside can be busier.

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Messages posted by users

4 years ago - Wow,Thank you so much Karla for the purchase. And Thank you Manuel for the nice comment.
4 years ago - Thank you very much Karla! I'm glad you found the photos you were looking for. Congratulations to Stefan and Tom for their fantastic pictures.
4 years ago - I totally understand, @marivel71. Thanks for checking on that!
4 years ago - Hi Karla. I contacted the Snapwire administration to know if there's any copyright infringement about the sculpture's photo and yes is the creation of an artist so it cannot be used, they must be deleted. I'm really sorry for the bad news.
4 years ago - Thank you very much for the nomination!
4 years ago - Thanks a lot for the nomination!
4 years ago - Thank you for the nomination Karla. I appreciate it.
4 years ago - You're welcome, @Tom McDaniel. I like your approach. It says something about the role of Christianity in the broader culture, which is exactly what the court cases this story is about will be deciding. Also, the fact that the image isn't too busy makes it a good candidate for the cover!
4 years ago - Thanks for the nomination
4 years ago - @Kevin Lau: These are wonderful, Kevin. Great use of light and space! But if I'm not mistaken, that's an actual veterans' memorial, is it not? Can you tell me where these shots were taken?
4 years ago - Thank you Karla. I'll search for titles like Religion, Law and/or Constitution instead of a specific religion. Meanwhile I'll think about other ideas so you can have other choices. Thank you for the nomination. Best regards.
4 years ago - @ManuelRivera: I like this approach! For our audience, it would be better to have something in the mix about the Constitution or the First Amendment than Islam, but otherwise, you're on exactly the right track.