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Florida’s Indian River Community College (IRCC) is engaging in a campaign of repression against a Christian student group for attempting to show Mel Gibson’s "The Passion of the Christ" on campus.
In November 2004, the college banned the Christian Student Fellowship (CSF) from showing the film because it was R-rated, despite the fact that the college has hosted a live performance entitled "F**king for Jesus" that describes simulated sex with "the risen Christ... Download file "Fla. College Bans Gibson's 'Passion'"
Schools: Indian River State College Cases: Indian River Community College: Ban on ‘The Passion of the Christ’ and Repression of Free Speech Indian River Community College: Ban on ‘The Passion of the Christ’ and Repression of Free Speech