Potawatomi Christian chapel speaker Kaitlin Curtice draws ire of Baylor student group

(RNS) — A week after Potawatomi Christian author and speaker Kaitlin Curtice spoke in chapel at Baylor University, people are still talking about it. Although perhaps not for reasons the school or speaker would hope. Curtice’s remarks during the school's three chapel services about her journey of “decolonizing” her faith drew pushback from a student group at the private Christian university in Texas, and her message was reportedly interrupted by a shouting student.

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