University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Investigation of Christian Student Group for Belief-Based Dismissal of Member
- "Victory at University of North Carolina: Religious Student Group Free to Practice Its Beliefs," October 14, 2011: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has cleared a Christian student group of any wrongdoing after it dismissed a student who felt that he could no longer adhere to the group's religious beliefs. Yesterday, Christian a cappella student group Psalm 100 learned that UNC had determined that the group had complied with UNC's nondiscrimination policy, which allows belief-based student groups to make decisions about members and leaders based on those beliefs. FIRE had intervened to ensure that UNC follow its stated policy.
- "Letter from UNC to Psalm 100, October 14, 2011," October 14, 2011
- "FIRE Letter to UNC, September 16, 2011," September 16, 2011
- "Psalm 100 Mission and History, September 1, 2011," September 1, 2011
- "UNC: Christian belief OKs dumping gay group member,"
Associated Press, October 14, 2011