France, Religion and Public School

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks to French political analyst Dominiqe Moisi about the reaction to a new potential law banning religious symbols from French public schools. If the law is enacted, students would be prevented from wearing most religious clothing and accessories in the nation's schools.

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