'Don't Tear Me Down' Project Supports Cross Memorials

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Veterans memorials across the country are being targeted for removal because they contain religious symbols, such as a cross.

Currently, there are cases in California and Montana challenging these types of memorials meant to honor military service men and women.

The Liberty Institute, a non-profit law firm in Plano, Texas, known for fighting for religious freedom, is defending the right for the religious monuments to stand.

On Memorial Day, the group launched a "Don't Tear Me Down" initiative to draw attention to the cases and urge Americans to show support for the memorials.

Jeff Mateer is general counsel for the Liberty Institute. He talked more with CBN News about the video and its purpose, as well as what supporters can do to help.  Click play to watch.

Also, watch the Liberty Institute's "Don't Tear Me Down" video below.

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