Florida political activist plans to donate Arabic “In God We Trust” signs to Texas school districts
After Texas school districts started receiving donated posters and framed copies of the national motto, “In God We Trust,” which they are required to display in accordance with a new state law, a political activist in Florida has started a GoFundMe to provide districts with signs of national motto in Arabic and a number of other languages.
The new law says a Texas public elementary or secondary school or an institution of higher education “must” display a durable poster or framed copy of the motto in a “conspicuous place” in each building if the poster or framed copy is “donated for display at the school or institution” or “purchased from private donations and made available to the school or institution.”
“The law seems to presumes these signs are written in English. Oopsie,” GoFundMe organizer Chaz Stevens said. “We’re going to donate hundreds of Arabic-language ‘In God We Trust’