On October 1, 2015, 19 people (mostly students) were killed or injured at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
The gunman specifically went to classrooms and questioned students whether they were Christian. Those who said they were Christian were then shot.
Over the past decade, we’ve tried to steer students clear of states where they hate homeschoolers. Umpqua Community College is located in between Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon and the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon, two of the most anti-homeschooling universities in the country. Instructors and staff at Oregon State University have been caught and sued for openly discriminating against Christian homeschooled students. Five students at OSU were told by administrators, department heads, and instructors they were not allowed to display any Christian emblems on art, jewelry, clothing, or anything else they brought onto campus grounds. Financial Aid advisors at OSU openly distributed documents to Christian homeschooled students telling them they would NOT be eligible for federal financial aid unless they accused their parents of beating and abusing them. And staff in the OSU admissions office deliberately hid admissions and scholarship applications for more than a dozen Christian homeschooled students so they wouldn’t receive scholarships or be admitted to OSU. The staff and employees at OSU are predominantly Jewish. Not all of the Jewish instructors and staff persecute the Christian homeschooled students, but many do.
Article on Umpqua Community College shooting here (and screenshot below). Please light a candle in remembrance of the students and teachers who were murdered.