More than two weeks ago, Seattle Pacific University announced a decision by its Board of Trustees to uphold hiring policies that discriminate against LGBTQ+ individuals. Students soon occupied the administration building in protest. Two weeks later, they’re still there.
Protesters plan to continue their sit-in over the summer, relying on local students as well as alumni to keep the pressure on the university to change the hiring policy. And they note the support of faculty and...
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