This incident is another example of the contrast between the so-called tolerance preached by the left, and the lack of tolerance it practices. The Sonoma University mission statement says that the university cares about “promoting diversity” among its students. Its “Diversity” webpage says the University is committed to an “inclusive environment that empowers all members of the campus community to achieve their highest potential without fear of prejudice or discrimination.”
What happened to Audrey was clearly the opposite of this, and I’m glad the school recognized it and admitted that the supervisor’s request was a violation of the tolerance Sonoma Univeristy says it stands for. However, it’s not surprising that Audrey’s supervisor, who has been soaking up the climate of so-called tolerance, thought his request was a legitimate way to promote diversity and minimize the potential for offense. Tolerance for anything except Christianity, and diversity that includes only what the left approves, is becoming the norm on college campuses. Universities brag that they are inclusive. But they often don’t mean that they are inclusive of Christian students or of traditional values. But remember, the law is definitely on these students’ side, and students who have experiences like Audrey Jarvis should have the courage to stand up for their rights.
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