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Man pushing for removal of 'Islamic imagery'
by Mack Burke
One Norman man is pushing to see the image of a hijab-clad woman removed from the Pioneer Library System vehicles. He said the image has no place on a government vehicle, because it promotes Islam and is therefore unconstitutional.
"How can they promote Islam on the side of a public vehicle in Norman Oklahoma," Chad Grensky said. "I don't understand it. It makes me sick. I'm not anti-Muslim. Our tax paying dollars fund these vehicles and they feel the need to promote Islam on the side of these cars. And that's not right."
Pioneer Library System Executive Director Ann Masters said the library chain has 11 vehicles featuring different representations of the library customer base. She said the images used reflect the diverse customer base the library serves and in no way promotes religion.
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