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Recently Professor Julie Moore of Taylor University reached out to me about her story. Her contract at the school was not renewed because the provost accused her of using her composition class on the theme of racial justice to indoctrinate students with leftist ideas.
When Professor Moore pressed the provost for evidence that what she was teaching was wrong, he said…
“Jemar Tisby is the main focus.”
Professor had used a single quote of mine in the narrative portion of her syllabus that helps frame the course. She didn’t even assign my book as one of their readings.
Here is the offending quote from the first chapter of The Color of Compromise.
The refusal to act in the midst of injustice is itself an injustice. Indifference to oppression perpetuates oppression.
History and scripture teach us that there can be no reconciliation without repentance. There can be no repentance without confession. And there can be no confession without truth.
What is so offensive about those statements escapes me. Perhaps it is simply guilt by association. I—a known racial discontent and obvious Marxist/Communist/Woke™ provocateur—wrote it, so it must be wrong.
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