Students Resist Vaccine Mandates With Workshop

A college graduate from Indiana is teaching students how to apply for religious exemptions. She says this is to ensure others don’t experience the same discrimination and segregation she dealt with.

Update: In an emailed statement to NTD News, Earlham School of Religion said: “Earlham and ESR at no time required vaccines in the Spring.” They added that an administrator “mistakenly told [Caitlin Corrigan] vaccines were required at graduation” but the college “promptly clarified that via email to Caitlin that this was not true.” Earlham and ESR will require that students be vaccinated this fall, but will allow religious and medical exemptions, according to the statement.

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