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The Boy Scouts of America BSA , one of the largest private youth organizations in the United States, has policies which prohibit those who are not willing to subscribe to the BSA's Declaration of Religious Principle, which is usually interpreted as banning atheists , and, until January , prohibited all "known or avowed homosexuals ," [1] from membership in its Scouting program. The ban on adults who are "open or avowed homosexuals" [2] from leadership positions was lifted in July The BSA had contended that its policies were essential in its mission to instill in young people the values of the Scout Promise , or Oath, and Scout Law.

The organization's legal right to have these policies has been upheld repeatedly by both state and federal courts. In Boy Scouts of America v. Dale , the Supreme Court of the United States has affirmed that as a private organization, the BSA can set its own membership standards. The BSA's policies have been legally challenged but have not been found to constitute illegal discrimination because as a private organization in the United States, the BSA has the right to freedom of association , [5] as determined in the court case.

These policies have led to various disputes and controversies. In , both Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and then President Barack Obama stated that they opposed the ban on gay Scouts. The policy for adult leaders remained in place until July 27, According to its mission statement, the Boy Scouts of America seeks "to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law".

The texts of the BSA's Scout Oath and Scout Law for Boy Scouting have remained unchanged since they were approved in , [6] and every member agrees to follow them on his or her application form. Scout Oath On my honor I will do my best To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

Scout Law A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.

In reciting the Scout Oath, Scouts promise to do their duty to God and to be morally straight; the Scout Law holds that a Scout is clean and reverent. As early as , the Boy Scouts of America circulated a memorandum among national executive staff stating that it was not appropriate for homosexuals to hold leadership positions in BSA.

Exploring is the worksite-based program of Learning for Life. Leadership positions and membership in the Learning for Life programs are open to youth and adults without restriction based on gender, sexual orientation, atheism, or agnosticism. The Boy Scouts of America's official position in the past has been that atheists and agnostics cannot participate as Scouts or adult Scout Leaders in its traditional Scouting programs.

Spirituality has been an integral part of the international Scouting movement since its inception. As early as , Scouting founder Robert Baden-Powell wrote in the first Scout handbook that, "No man is much good unless he believes in God and obeys His laws. For much of its existence, the BSA has believed that atheists and agnostics are not appropriate role models of the Scout Oath and Law for boys, and thus have not accepted such persons as members or adult leaders.

The Boy Scouts of America maintains that no member can grow into the best kind of citizen without recognizing an obligation to God. In the first part of the Scout Oath the member declares, "On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law. No matter what the religious faith of the members may be, this fundamental need of good citizenship should be kept before them.

The Boy Scouts of America, therefore, recognizes the religious element in the training of the member, but it is absolutely nonsectarian in its attitude toward that religious training. Its policy is that the home and the organization or group with which the member is connected shall give definite attention to religious life.

The Declaration of Religious Principle was adopted in the first decade of the organization to assuage the Roman Catholic Church's worries, in light of the work of the YMCA in establishing Scouting in the United States, that Scouting might be a Protestant proselytizing organization.

The BSA does not require adherence to any particular religious beliefs or ethos beyond this. He is faithful in his religious duties. He respects the beliefs of others. The MOU specifically mentions Humanism and Earth-centered traditions as being acceptable faiths in Scouting programs chartered by Unitarian Universalist congregations. Since Humanist teachings specifically emphasize reliance on critical thinking and evidence over dogma and superstition, this MOU allows for atheist and agnostic members to join the BSA through Scout units chartered by Unitarian Universalist congregations.

As part of the agreement in the MOU, the religious emblems developed by the Unitarian Universalist Association have been reinstated as of May, In , the Boy Scouts of America's den mother position was changed to den leader and opened to males and females.

In , the Boy Scouts of America opened special-interest posts to young women to be "associate members". In , the Exploring program was completely reorganized and split into two program categories, which both accept women and men.

All the career-oriented posts were moved to Learning for Life under the name Exploring, while the rest including outdoor-oriented posts became the new Venturing program. In , most Cub Scout leadership positions were opened to women, and in the Cubmaster, assistant Cubmaster, and all commissioner positions could also be filled by women. On January 30, , the Boy Scouts of America announced that transgender boys would be allowed to enroll in boys-only programs, effective immediately.

Previously, the sex listed on an applicant's birth certificate determined eligibility for these programs; going forward, the decision would be based on the gender listed on the application. Until , the Boy Scouts of America's official position was that girls could not participate in its Cub Scouting or Boy Scouting programs.

On October 11, , the Boy Scouts announced that girls would be allowed to become Cub Scouts, starting in , and that in , a separate program for older girls will be available, enabling girls to earn the rank of Eagle Scout. The movement to include girls as full members of the BSA was put into the public spotlight most notably by Sydney Ireland. Ireland, age 16 in , had unofficially been participating in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts with her brother for twelve years, completing merit badges and the Arrow of Light, but none of this was officially recognized because she is a girl.

The BSA, upon announcing this program, reaffirmed its commitment to youth protection. The values of Scouting — trustworthy, loyal, helpful, kind, brave and reverent, for example — are important for both young men and women.

We strive to bring what our organization does best — developing character and leadership for young people — to as many families and youth as possible as we help shape the next generation of leaders. The policy announced on October 11, for Cub Scouts does retain single-gender aspects.

Cub Scout Dens would either be all-girl or all-boy. Individual Packs would have the choice of whether they wish their Pack have both girl Dens and boy Dens; have only boy Dens; or start a new Pack for girl Dens. On May 23, , The Boy Scouts of America's national governing body voted to rescind the long-standing ban on homosexual youth in the program.

Effective January 1, , "No youth may be denied membership in the Boy Scouts of America on the basis of sexual orientation or preference alone.

Prior to this, the Boy Scouts of America's official position was to "not grant membership to individuals who are open or avowed homosexuals" as Scouts or adult Scout Leaders in its traditional Scouting programs. The language used to describe the BSA's policies on homosexual individuals has evolved over time, stating in a position statement that: The conduct of youth members must be in compliance with the Scout Oath and Law, and membership in Boy Scouts of America is contingent upon the willingness to accept Scouting's values and beliefs.

Most boys join Scouting when they are 10 or 11 years old. As they continue in the program, all Scouts are expected to take leadership positions. In the unlikely event that an older boy were to hold himself out as homosexual, he would not be able to continue in a youth leadership position. The BSA stated in a press release that, "Boy Scouting makes no effort to discover the sexual orientation of any person. In , a high-level employee of BSA was fired by the National Council after the organization received a copy of his bill from a gay resort at which he had vacationed.

The BSA policy is: Scouting believes same-sex attraction should be introduced and discussed outside of its program with parents, caregivers, or spiritual advisers, at the appropriate time and in the right setting. The vast majority of parents we serve value this right and do not sign their children up for Scouting for it to introduce or discuss, in any way, these topics. The BSA is a voluntary, private organization that sets policies that are best for the organization. The BSA welcomes all who share its beliefs but does not criticize or condemn those who wish to follow a different path.

On July 17, , at the conclusion of a two-year review, an person committee convened by the BSA reached a "unanimous consensus" recommending retaining the current policy. On January 28, , the BSA said it was considering whether to remove its ban on gay leaders and members. On April 19, , the Boy Scouts of America announced a proposal to no longer deny membership to youth on the basis of sexual orientation, but maintain its ban on openly gay adult leaders.

Openly gay boys are allowed to become Scouts from January but openly gay adults were still forbidden to be leaders. Pascal Tessier, a year-old from Chevy Chase, Md. In May , BSA President Robert Gates told the national meeting of the BSA in Atlanta that he believes that the current policy of excluding openly gay adults from leadership positions is "unsustainable" and should be changed at an early date.

He told the organization that recent events have made it increasingly likely that the BSA will face serious legal challenges to that policy. Gates indicated in subsequent comments that he expected the BSA to take action on his recommendations by October On July 10, , the Boy Scouts of America Executive Committee agreed with Gates, and voted unanimously to approve a policy change that would effectively end the national ban on gay adults.

The vote by the Executive Committee required ratification by the National Board prior to enactment. Officials for the Boy Scouts of America stated that the vote would take place later that month. The membership controversy and subsequent litigation, some of which has been in response to the ruling in Boy Scouts of America v.

Dale , has prompted a number of expressions of support for the BSA organization, program, or policies. In , the National Executive Board of Boy Scouts of America reiterated its support for the policies and affirmed that "the Boy Scouts of America shall continue to follow its traditional values and standards of leadership".

Individuals, commentators, and conservative groups have spoken out in support of the Boy Scouts of America. This group has subsequently closed as a charity due to failure to file annual reports.

The Boy Scouts are one of the few organizations that have the moral sense to stand against the homosexual agenda. An LDS spokesman issued a statement "We caution others not to speculate about our position Neither has the [LDS] Church launched any campaign either to effect or prevent a policy change.

There has been opposition to BSA's membership policies from organizations and individuals. Some within the Scouting movement , as well as long-time Scouting supporters, parents, chartered organizations, and religious organizations have expressed opposition to the policies in ways ranging from protests to forming organizations that advocate greater inclusiveness. Some push for a voluntary change within the BSA, others seek involuntary change by filing lawsuits, still others choose to disassociate themselves from the BSA or encourage others to do so.

Perhaps the most vocal opponent of the policies has been the American Civil Liberties Union , which has brought or been a participant in fourteen lawsuits against the Boy Scouts of America from to March Congress have also spoken out against the BSA's policies. Train released a statement saying the group "strongly opposes any kind of policy that questions the equality of any American citizen We look forward to participating in the Jamboree this summer, as long as they make the right decision before then.

The Unitarian Universalist Association 's opposition to the BSA's membership exclusions led to a dispute between the organizations. Some public entities and private institutions have ceased financial or other support of the BSA, primarily as a result of conflicts between their nondiscrimination policies and the BSA's membership policies. On June 14, Caterpillar Inc. In December , Lockheed Martin announced it would end donations to the BSA over the organization's ban on openly gay adults serving as leaders.

The United Way had ended financial support for the Great Trails Council after it refused to sign a non-discrimination policy. Eagle Scout filmmaker Steven Spielberg had been a long-time supporter of Scouting, depicting a young Indiana Jones as a Boy Scout in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and helping to create the Cinematography merit badge.

Spielberg resigned from the BSA Advisory Council in , saying, "it has deeply saddened me to see the Boy Scouts of America actively and publicly participating in discrimination.

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In certain municipalities, the conditions under which the Boy Scouts of America can access public and nonpublic governmental resources have become controversial, sometimes resulting in litigation.

When a private organization such as the BSA receives access on terms more favorable than other private organizations, it is known as "special" or "preferential" access whereas "equal" access is access on the same terms.

For example, state and local governments may lease property to nonprofit groups such as the BSA on terms that are preferential to or equal to the terms they offer to commercial groups, in other words they may give nonprofit groups either special or equal access. Special access includes access at a reduced fee including no fee or access to places off-limits to other groups. The categorization of access as "special" or "equal" is not always clear-cut. Some cities, counties, and states have ordinances or policies that limit government support for organizations that practice some types of discrimination.

When the BSA's membership policies are perceived as contrary to these laws, some government organizations have moved to change the terms under which the BSA is allowed to access its resources. Private individuals have filed lawsuits to prevent governmental entities from granting what they see as preferential access.

In response to these changes and litigation, the federal government passed laws mandating that BSA units be given equal access to local and state-level governmental resources. Department of Education funding to provide BSA groups equal access to school facilities. State and local governments still have flexibility regarding the provision of special access to the BSA.

Litigation has challenged the granting of preferential or equal access of the Boy Scouts of America to governmental facilities and resources, but in the majority of cases mentioned, BSA's use of the facilities was sustained:. House of Representatives and the U. Senate have overwhelmingly passed resolutions in support of the Boy Scouts of America. In November , the House passed a resolution, by a vote of to 3, recognizing "the Boy Scouts of America for the public service the organization performs".

Congress has twice passed bills in response to the governmental resources access controversy. In , the U.

In July , the Senate voted 98 to 0 in favor of the Support Our Scouts Act , which was included as part of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act and was enacted in December , which encourages both governmental support of the Boy Scouts in general and federal support of the national Scout jamboree. This unique American institution is committed to preparing our youth for the future by instilling in them values such as honesty, integrity, and character.

This legislation will allow the Boy Scouts to fulfill its mission without the distraction of defending itself against senseless attacks. In July , President George W. Bush addressed the National Scout Jamboree via videotape and, although he did not directly discuss the controversies, reiterated his support for the organization.

Bush commended the Scouts for upholding "values that build strong families, strong communities, and strong character" and said that the Scouts' values "are the values of America. In January , the American Humanist Association and eighteen other nontheistic organizations sent an open letter to then President-Elect Obama urging him not to serve as the Boy Scouts' honorary president because of the Scouts' positions on religion.

On July 29, , President Obama chose not to attend the Scouts' centennial Jamboree, sending a videotaped greeting instead and doing an interview on the daytime talk show The View.

This decision was met with criticism, and raised speculation that the President's absence was a subtle protest against the Scouts' policies, or deferring to groups opposed to BSA's policies. However, he did send Secretary of Defense William Gates to represent him, and other Presidents, such as Eisenhower and Reagan, had previously sent representatives to National Jamborees instead of attending personally. In the United States, other major youth organizations tend to have less restrictive policies.

Several youth development organizations have formed directly in response to disagreement with BSA's membership policies. In about ten percent of the countries, the National Scout Organization is a federation composed of more than one Scout association; some of the associations in a federation may be for members of a specific religion e. Under the title "Duty to God", the first of the above-mentioned principles of the Scout Movement is defined as "adherence to spiritual principles, loyalty to the religion that expresses them and acceptance of the duties resulting therefrom".

It should be noted that, by contrast to the title, the body of the text does not use the word "God", in order to make it clear that the clause also covers religions which are non-monotheistic, such as Hinduism, or those which do not recognize a personal God, such as Buddhism. The value system of the BSA and other Scouting associations may differ; this is evident in the different Scout promises and laws used by associations.

Most other Scouting associations laws do not include the very specific wording to be "reverent" and "morally straight" which BSA added at its founding in Correspondingly, the membership policies of Scouting associations may differ as well see Scout Promise and Scout Law. Scouting associations apply this principle to their membership policies in different ways.

Scouts Canada defines "duty to God" broadly in terms of "adherence to spiritual principles" and does not have any explicit policy excluding non- theists. To enable young people to grow into independent adults the Scout method encourages young people to question what they have been taught. Scouts and Venture Scouts who question God's existence, their own spirituality or the structures and beliefs of any or all religions are simply searching for spiritual understanding.

This notion of a search for enlightenment is compatible with belief in most of the world's faiths. It is unacceptable to refuse Membership, or question a young person's suitability to continue to participate fully in a Section, if they express doubts about the meaning of the Promise. On January 1, the Scout Association allowed an additional revised promise "that can be taken by people with no affirmed faith and humanists".

The membership policies of Scouting organizations also vary regarding the inclusion of girls, see Coeducational Scouting. There have been membership controversies in the past which have been resolved, such as those related to the exclusion of women from some leadership positions, the breakup of Exploring , and racial segregation. Segregated public schools were declared unconstitutional in by a unanimous Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education , but the Boy Scouts of America included racially segregated units as late as In , the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People sued in response to such racial discrimination in Latter-day Saints -affiliated troops.

Two year-old black Scouts sought to fill the role of Senior Patrol Leader. Mormon boys enter the lowest level of the priesthood at 12, and the church's rules required that the Senior Patrol Leader be a deacon with the church. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Discrimination against atheists in the United States.

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