Thursday, April 10, 2008

Anti-Discrimination Clause Already Voted Down

In 1999, Notre Dame voted against an extension of the Anti-Discrimination policy which would have prohibited discrimination based on "sexual orientation."

Brewing on campus at the moment is a new petition to reverse this vote, complete with posters approved by the University.

For a little context, here's a good article from several years ago.

Expect there to be more and more discussion about this as the weeks go on, but I thought I would just share a little knowledge before everyone unleashes the rhetoric.

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