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The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is a nonprofit educational organization devoted to maintaining the separation of Church and state, and educating the public about nontheists.   
 
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* [http://www.ffrf.org/index2.php FFRF Official site]
 
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The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) is a nonprofit educational organization devoted to maintaining the separation of Church and state, and educating the public about nontheists.

The organization was founded in 1976 by Annie Laurie Gaylor and her mother Anne Nicol Gaylor.

Dan Barker and Annie Gaylor act as co-presidents of the organization.

The organization's newsletter is Freethought Today, which publishes 10 issues annually.

Legal Cases

FFRF has filed numerous lawsuits against violations of church-state separation. Cases include removing the Ten Commandments from public property, challenging Faith-based initiatives, and stopping government funding of a religious school. [1]

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