UNC Finds No Violation By Christian Singing Group

October 17, 2011

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has found no violation by Psalm 100, a Christian singing group at the university, in the way it decided to exclude a member shortly after he announced he was gay. The university bars discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. But UNC officials said that they could not determine whether the student was excluded for being gay (as critics of Psalm 100 suggested) or because he expressed views with which the group disagrees (views supporting gay rights and disputing any conflict between supporting gay rights and being a good Christian).

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