Lecturer at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis Creates ‘Christian Privilege’ Bulletin Board
“That is the heart of Christian privilege: benefits that apply to one group of people (Christians) that other groups don’t receive.”
The left claims that Christian privilege exists while bashing and insulting Christian values constantly.
Campus Reform reports:
EXCLUSIVE: Instructor displays ‘Understanding Christian Privilege’ bulletin board
A lecturer of Native American and Indigenous Studies at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), Charmayne “Charli” Champion-Shaw, created a campus hallway display entitled, “Understanding Christian Privilege,” which was showcased from at least October through the end of the 2022-2023 school year.
“Christian privilege is the idea that Christians receive inherent advantages in society (in school, in the workplace, and in public places) due to the perception that Christianity is status quo, while other religions are not. As a result, other religions or attitudes about religion are marginalized, overlooked or ignored altogether, or even perceived as troubling, problematic, or suspicious,” the display stated.
The poster also affirmed, “That is the heart of Christian privilege: benefits that apply to one group of people (Christians) that other groups don’t receive.”
On May 4, Campus Reform contacted IUPUI’s Dean of the School of Liberal Arts, Tami Eitle, who claimed to be unaware of the architect behind the controversial bulletin board.
“We are currently doing an inventory of bulletin boards in Cavanaugh [Hall] in preparation for removing the boards this summer to paint the hallways,” she said. “Given your request, we are asking around to find out who is responsible for this display.”
Campus Reform was soon contacted by Professor Champion-Shaw, who identified herself as “the creator and organizer” of the anti-Christian display. Although she stated she was “happy to chat after graduation,” Champion-Shaw has not replied to any of Campus Reform’s follow-up inquiries.
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