Brejcha and Zanoza will also be responding to an atheist group's inflammatory sign which may eventually stand in close proximity to the Nativity scene and a Menorah which, at this time, is planned to be displayed at the site as well. The controversial signage planned for Illinois' Capitol building would be identical to one which now stands in the Washington Statehouse. An organization from Madison, Wisconsin, which calls itself the Freedom from Religion Foundation, is seeking a permit from the office of Jesse White (the Illinois Secretary of State) and some see this move as an attempt to malign the Nativity scene which was designed and constructed solely with private donations, as would be the case for the Menorah. There has been a national debate over whether the atheist sign in Washington is political dialogue or hate speech.
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Brejcha and Zanoza were both instrumental in the project which led to the Nativity scene which now stands in Springfield, Illinois for the first time in recorded state history.
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