Gail Blair, a former nurse, was banned from entering her local park because she wanted to speak to others about her faith.
Blair, a blind woman in her 60s, loved to walk in the park and share her faith with those who would listen. But recently, she was confronted by the police and banned from entering a public park for the “crime” of sharing her faith with other people. In fact, in a brazen display of religious discrimination, park officials banned Gail from entering the local public library as well as the park.
First Liberty will fight for Gail and all who wish to share their faith for as long as it takes in order to preserve this right.
Learn more about Gail’s story and how we are protecting her religious freedom by going to: https://firstliberty.org/blind-faith/