LMU Reinstates Employee Accused of ‘Hate Crime’ for Defending Church Teaching

Posted July 22, 2016 4:25 am by Adam Cassandra

LMU Reinstates Employee Accused of ‘Hate Crime’ for Defending Church Teaching

After being suspended from her job following student accusations she committed a “hate crime,” an employee of the Jesuit-run Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles has been reinstated, her attorneys announced this week.
The supposed “hate crime” in question involved a calm and reasoned defense of Church teaching on human sexuality by the employee in a conversation with students on campus during “Rainbow Week” — a celebration of the “LGBT community” sponsored by the University’s LGBT Student Services Office.
Gigi Kurz, a 15-year employee of LMU who works in the alumni office, enlisted the help of the Freedom of Conscience Defense

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