TAKE ACTION: Urge the University of South Carolina to take action against a preaching coach

The constitutional misconduct in the University of South Carolina’s basketball program must end.

Nonreligious and non-Christian students have been disparaged by Dawn Staley, the head coach of the University of South Carolina’s women’s basketball team. Staley has repeatedly breached the Constitution by infusing her Christian religious beliefs into the university’s basketball program — and shows no sign of slowing down. Please contact the president of the university and fight for students’ rights!

Staley recently made comments attacking nonbelievers, saying in a conversation with ESPN reporter Holly Rowe on Easter Sunday: “If you don’t believe in God, something is wrong with you.” Staley has also continued her practice of preparing “gameday devotionals” for players and sharing bible verses on her social media pages as “Head Coach of South Carolina Women’s Basketball.” Her actions expressly exclude non-Christians and nonreligious players. Please urge the university’s president to ensure Staley respects the constitutional rights of all student athletes and ends her coercive religious advocacy.

We encourage you to use the customizable talking points provided through the “Take Action” button to contact the university president directly. For best results, please be succinct and polite.

(Note: You must live in this state to take part in this action alert.)