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Chris Stroop Apr 14
1. As usual w/ these stories, most reporting on Taylor University students objecting to Mike Pence as commencement speaker is sloppy. Let me explain how and add some context to this story in terms of the bigger picture of Christian higher ed.
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Rachel Cozzens Apr 16
Replying to @LFVelezphd @TheRaDR
I was taught the same anti-Semitic BS in my Christian school. And much more.
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Ms. Pinky Stanseski Apr 16
Two weeks ago, we students saw this from the University of Scranton gaming club. I found out the student who created that is a conservative student who hates poor people.
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Elle Rose 💛 Apr 13
I wrote about the experience and repercussions of the ableism I experienced at Taylor University recently. is illness, and I refuse to be silenced any longer.
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Kristina Lasher Apr 17
Looks like the conservative students saying enough is enough.
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Elle Rose 💛 Apr 18
This is why we talk. Because not talking,not at least trying to bring attention to this, means it's more likely others will face this abuse. I talk because I have to.If it might help,I have to try.
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Elle Rose 💛 Apr 15
Suffering from mental illness in silence kills. Please consider reading and sharing my story.
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Chris Stroop Apr 15
This has been today's episode of Men on the Internet.
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Lauren Ileana Sotolongo Apr 17
WE ARE CLOSE 🌈 $1600 left and guess what? WE CAN DO THIS TOGETHER. RT / Like / Do Your Thing.
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Lauren Ileana Sotolongo Apr 18
Hey : What’s “Christ-like” about having Pence as a commencement speaker?
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Brave Commons Apr 18
. is on the front lines of reporting on abusive Christian powers as a journalist, and as part of the community. We highly recommend following him and supporting his work!
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NoBrightShinyObjects Apr 13
Some parts of the counyry public schools are so immersed in local religious tradition that it’s hard to tell the difference. See for examples
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Lauren Ileana Sotolongo Apr 18
Y’all I’m not a fundraising person, but this work is so important and we are CLOSE. With a week left, we can reach our goal for the cost of a couple fancy coffees! Will you give $8?
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James Grebe Tiptrees, Jr. Apr 17
Replying to @grebetrees
That being said, this is a particularly horrifying passage, considering how childhood experiences mold the brain
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Chris Stroop Apr 18
Replying to @BraveCommons
You can read some about ’ work in my recent journalism on LGBTQ advocacy and administrative crackdowns at evangelical colleges and universities.
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tra-la-la Apr 15
can confirm it was explicitly part of evangelicals miseducation. I remember in kindergarten a phase where I obsessively recited the pledge every time I saw a flag anywhere at all. Made my mom nuts.
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Chris Stroop Apr 14
Replying to @C_Stroop
20. Here’s my latest on that story. Now, there will always be queer kids in evangelical environments. My pessimism aside, we should support them. The best way to do that is to with reporting that keeps the issues in the public eye.
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Jesse Lou Apr 15
Replying to @C_Stroop
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Chris Stroop Apr 14
21. So, if you’re here, I’ve got some suggestions for how you can be supportive without falling for the false optimistic narratives sold by and .
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Audie Marie Apr 16
Replying to @robinmarty
The religious environments these movements spawn in have also created generations of traumatized people and wrought mental havoc on people with existing mental conditions.
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