The Freedom to Believe and the Freedom to Practice: Title VII, Muslim Women, and Hijab

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Benson, Kristina;
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Subject: Women, Hijab, Title VII, Religious Accommodations, Belief, Symbol, Religio-cultural, Discrimination, Neutrality, Microaggressions

Although Title VII of the Civil Rights Act nominally affirmed employees’ right to wear hijab in the workplace, the courts have taken an increasingly narrow view of the term “religion” and failed to uphold the right to wear hijab in both private and public sector setting... View more
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