Catholic university to offer seminar claiming that 'fatphobia,' 'transphobia' are rooted in religion

A Catholic university in Connecticut will teach students that problems in society such as "fatphobia" and "transphobia" are part of the racism that is rooted in western society and pushed by religion.  

Sacred Heart University, founded in 1963, claims that it is the "fastest growing and most forward-looking Catholic university in the country."

A seminar from Sacred Heart University, titled "Racism’s Intersectional Impact on Agency & Liberation" and uncovered by Campus Reform, is part of Sacred Heart University's "Continuing Conversations in Antiracism."

Learning objectives for the seminar include discovering the "historically racist roots of several ongoing forms of oppression including–but not limited to–racism, sexism, homophobia/transphobia, fatphobia,... and more, through systems including education [and] religion."
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