Georgia Mom Says She Was Fired From Substitute Teaching Job After Objecting To Book In Elementary School

  • A Georgia mother is suing her children’s school district after she said she was fired from her substitute teaching job after claiming a book accessible in the elementary school violated her religious beliefs.
  • Lindsey Barr, a substitute teacher at Bryan County Schools, and her attorney Tyson Langhofer joined “Fox & Friends First” to discuss the lawsuit and why they see the move as a breach of her First Amendment rights.
  • Barr said she spoke with the school’s principal regarding a book titled “All Are Welcome,” which features illustrations of same-sex couples.  She said she could not access her substitute teaching account shortly after speaking with the principal about her concerns.
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