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A poster campaign at Missouri State University is sparking outrage for implying people are privileged because of their religious beliefs, social standing and ethnicity.

Students are taking to social media to share photos of the controversial series, apparently sponsored by Missouri State’s Residence Hall Association and Student Government Association.

On Twitter, some employed the hashtag “#MyLiberalCampus” to highlight how colleges are being increasingly politicized around the country.

“If you can expect time off from work to celebrate your religious holidays, you have Christian privilege,” one poster read.

“If you’re confident that the police exist to protect you, you have white male privilege,” another read.

“If while growing up, college was an expectation of you, not a lofty dream, you have class privilege,” a third flyer read.

The university’s president says that the school is not sponsoring the poster, and all concerns should be directed to the Residence Hall Association.

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