Thanks to Yale Law School’s LGBT group, the OutLaws, students who work for any public interest organizations that have hiring policies that “discriminate” against the LGBT community—namely, faith-based law firms that follow the Bible’s views on sexuality—will be ineligible for Yale’s public interest fellowships and the loan forgiveness program.
That means that if students choose to work for a Christian nonprofit legal organization, they won’t get any financial assistance from Yale. Yale Law School announced this new policy in March.
Writing for The Federalist, current Christian Yale Law student Aaron Haviland says, “Yale has found a roundabout way to blacklist legal and nonprofit organizations that don’t adhere to Yale’s understanding of gender identity.”
NOTE: FACT provides links to external websites for educational purposes only. The inclusion of any links to other websites does not necessarily constitute an endorsement.
Get News Stories in Your Inbox Every Week
Get more news snapshots like this one by subscribing to our weekly Five Minutes for Families email.