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Christians Are Now Being Banned As Segregation Is Beginning In This U.S. State

A Port Charlotte woman says her condo HOA is banning her bible study group and any religious activity from the common spaces in the building. A federal complaint has been filed with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Donna Dunbar lives at Cambridge House Condominiums and has held bible study groups in its common room every Monday morning for nearly a year.

“I rely on God for everything,” Dunbar said.

She said her 919 sq. foot condo is too small for the nine-person group.

“We study the Bible and sing some karaoke songs,” she said.

Dunbar said on February 6th, the HOA board decided it would no longer be approved. They adopted a resolution saying “prayers and other religious services, observations, or meetings of any nature shall not occur … in or upon any of the common elements.”

‘Like I was being rejected,” Dunbar said. “This is my home, this is my community.”

She said someone even put a sign on the community organ reading “any and all Christian music is banned!”

“It made me sad,” she said.

She got in touch with First Liberty Institute, a legal organization that protects religious liberty. It filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

“That was evidence of some kind of discrimination,” Deputy General Counsel Jeremy Dys said.

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