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Christian Grad Sues After University Took Action for Sharing Her Beliefs With Classmates

A conservative Christian student filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against officials at an Illinois university, alleging her civil rights were violated after the school issued three of her former classmates no-contact orders against her because of her religious and political beliefs.

Maggie DeJong, a former graduate school student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, claims fellow students reported her to school officials after publicly expressing her Christian faith and conservative political views on her social media accounts and with classmates and peers in and out of the classrooms.

DeJong, 26, was enrolled in SIUE’s Art Therapy program and graduated last month.

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