It seems like many Catholic schools have been taken over by progressives. This is just the latest example.

The College Fix reports.

Notre Dame hosts Black Lives Matter event, offers ‘white privilege’ class

For the second consecutive year, the University of Notre Dame is offering a class on “white privilege” – designed to teach students about “oppression” – and earlier this week hosted a Black Lives Matter event that touted transfeminism over Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and referred to police as a “big enemy.”

At the event, Opal Tometi and Patrisse Cullors, co-founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, told students at the private, Catholic university that the days of Martin Luther King as an African American hero are passé.

“We don’t need a black, Christian, cis-heteronormative man to take us to the Promised Land,” Cullors said at the event, titled “Black Lives Matter: The Hashtag Behind the New Civil Rights Movement,” which was held as part of the university’s Walk the Walk Week in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Though the women expressed gratitude to King, according to Cullors, the movement challenges “cisnormativity, heteronormativity, patriarchy” and pushes a “transfeminist lens.”

“We have intense U.S-centrism and we are obsessed with sort of ‘we built this country,’ right? While we forget about our siblings on the continent, our siblings in Latin America,” Cullors told the audience of about 500. “Our principles really uplift black women, cis and trans, to be in this dialogue.”

The Black Lives Matter movement was founded in 2013 in response to the acquittal of George Zimmerman, but it gained steam last year after the shooting death of Michael Brown and the resulting riots in Ferguson, Missouri.

“We were seeing our people mourning and taking to the streets and being met with tear gas, being brutalized, for having the audacity to call for attention to what happened,” Tometi said.