College Equates Crosses, Menorahs to Swastika; Bans Them From Ceramics Class


A Dallas-area college has banned religious projects from its ceramics classes.

“Joe Mitchell, our client, liked to make crosses and menorahs and other types of religious items,” [Hiram Sasser of Liberty Legal Institute] explains, “and he was banned from doing that by college officials because they did not like the religious content of those crosses and menorahs.”

“[College officials] compared the making of crosses and menorahs to something offensive like a swastika — and they said we can’t have swastikas and we can’t have these crosses or menorahs either,” says Sasser. “And so this is blatant religious discrimination.”

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