The student government at a southern university is under fire for requiring "hundreds" of students to attend a so-called "inclusion" seminar online in which the lecturer's deep contempt for conservatives was on display.
According to LifeSiteNews, Jane Elliott, the presenter for the University of Alabama conversation "Focusing on Power, Perception, and Prejudice," expressed contempt for pro-lifers, compared President Trump to Adolf Hitler, and was openly hostile toward conservative students.
Demetrius Minor of Project 21 accuses Elliott of forcing "liberal ideology down people's throats and [saying] there is no differing opinion, there is no intellectual counterpart." She also stated that "evangelical Christians are terrible."
Minor says the university should have stepped in to prevent the debacle from ever taking place.
"This is sheer propaganda," he insists. "Shame on the university for not putting an end to it, [for] allowing it to go forth."
The university responded to the controversy by insisting that "participation is voluntary" and that Elliott's was just one of many "diverse opinions and perspectives" given a platform, none of which the university endorses. The school, however, has not responded to LifeSiteNews's requests for examples of the conservative perspectives it has hosted. The university has also refused to explain why a full recording of Elliott's event has not been made available.