Christians Denied Religious and Academic Freedom on Campus
At the request of Rep. Walter Jones, R-NC, the Department of Education is investigating two cases of religious discrimination against Christian students at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The latest incident involves the school revoking the charter of the Alpha Iota Omega fraternity. The school said it took the action because the Christian fraternity refused to accept non-Christian members. Martha Kleder spoke with Congressman Jones on this outrage, and the attention it has raised on Capitol Hill.
For more on the Academic Bill of Rights and Congressional efforts to promote academic freedom, read this article in Human Events
For more on UNC-Chapel Hillís actions against the AIO fraternity, read this article in The Washington Times
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