Twelve students from Our Lady of the Rosary School in Greenville, South Carolina, and their chaperones wore blue pro-life stocking caps that said “Rosary Pro-Life” to the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum after they attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C.(WYFF4 News screen shot)

The National Archives has reached a preliminary agreement in a lawsuit with plaintiffs who were allegedly told to “remove or cover” their pro-life marked clothing when they entered the National Archive building while they attended the March for Lives protest January 20, 2023. The National Archives has issued a formal apology, in which they acknowledged the visitor’s rights and the policies of the museum. They also mentioned the irony of the Constitution and Bill of Rights being in the building they were asked to leave for expressing their views.

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The National Archives and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) included the following in their statement according to Fox News,

“Earlier this week, a lawsuit was filed against the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) stating that on the morning of January 20, 2023, the day of the March for Life, several visitors to our museum in Washington, D.C., were told by NARA security officers ‘to remove or cover their attire because of their pro-life messages,'”

“As the home to the original Constitution and Bill of Rights, which enshrine the rights of free speech and religion, we sincerely apologize for this occurrence.”

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As a result of the apology and a “good-faith, arms length negotiation,” the group and the National Archives has agreed for a tour of those kicked out due to their pro-life attire to be conducted with the National Archives staff.

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