A group of protestors attempted to disrupt an event featuring actor-author Kirk Cameron and former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines at the Madison Public Library in Huntsville, Alabama. However, the Huntsville Police Department effectively stopped them from causing any chaos. The event, organized by Moms for Liberty as part of the “See You at the Library” book reading series, went ahead smoothly.
Supporters Enjoy Faith-Filled Event Despite Protests
Despite the presence of protestors outside the Madison Public Library, a large crowd comprising both adults and children gathered inside to enjoy the book reading event featuring Kirk Cameron and Riley Gaines. The attendees embraced the event’s faith-filled atmosphere by singing “God Bless America” and pledging allegiance.
Rescheduling Challenges Faced by Library Event
The library event faced difficulties with cancellations and rescheduling due to concerns over its capacity. However, with the intervention of the First Liberty Institute, the event received legal permission to proceed with a maximum capacity of 225 attendees.
“See You at the Library” Series Gains Momentum Nationwide
The “See You at the Library” series, which takes inspiration from Kirk Cameron and his book publisher, has gained significant traction across the country. This series aims to unite Americans through public libraries and has organized events in 46 states. The events focus on promoting faith, family, and patriotism, attracting like-minded individuals.
Families Delighted by Wholesome Book Reading Experience
Local communities are delighted by the opportunity to share biblical and patriotic principles with their children through books published by Brave Books, the organization behind the event. Families appreciate a brand that aligns with their values and Christian morals.