Yale and Social Justice

Over at First Things, Matthew Gerken reports that Yale's "campus pro-life group—after a year in which they participated in meetings and even helped raise money for the organization—became the first group in living memory to be denied membership in the Social Justice Network of Dwight Hall." Dwight Hall at Yale, writes Gerken, "is the university umbrella organization for service and advocacy, encompassing dozens of member organizations that address almost every conceivable issue, from the environment, to gay rights, to Palestinian statehood."

Why would Yale do such a thing? Gerken explains

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