Hamline University professor fired for showing images of Muhammad had warned students in syllabus
Erika López Prater, a professor at Hamline University, reportedly warned students that the course material would contain images of holy figures, including Muhammad.
Prater also reportedly warned students that a painting containing an image of Muhammad was going to be displayed a few minutes ahead of time, giving anyone who might be offended by such imagery an opportunity to leave the classroom. Michael Lee is a writer at Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @UAMichaelLee
Despite the multiple warnings, a senior student in the class later complained to administrators about the imagery and picked up support from Muslim students who were not in the class, resulting in Prater not being welcomed back to the school and setting off national controversy surrounding academic freedom.
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