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Catholic schools can’t fire teachers for being gay 

 

Last Friday, U.S. District Judge Max Cogburn ruled that the Charlotte Catholic High School and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Charlotte, North Carolina wrongfully fired gay substitute drama and English teacher Lonnie Billard in 2014.

Cogburn ruled that the school violated federal protections against sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. The judge wrote that the school’s actions weren’t protected by constitutional rights to religious freedom. He also ruled that “the school’s action didn’t fit into exemptions to labor law that give religious institutions leeway to require certain employees to adhere to religious teachings,” the EDGE Media Network reported.

Catholic schools can’t fire teachers for being gay

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Gay Junior High Teacher Resigns After School Says No to Pride Flag

North Carolina Cops Cracked 1986 Murder of 4-Year-Old Girl

Tags: Bi, Children, Coming Out, Court, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Exoneration, Flag, Judgment, LGBTQ, Murder, Religion, Resignation, Students, Study, Suspension, Teacher, Termination, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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07-Jan-2022


Black dog owner defends 'Central Park Karen,' says black birdwatcher threatened him as well 

 

Amy Cooper, the white woman who went viral last year as "Central Park Karen" for calling 911 after an interaction with a black birdwatcher, has filed suit against her former employer for wrongful termination. Contained in the suit is an email from black dog owner Jerome Lockett, whose message with NBC News details a similar interaction between himself and Christian Cooper in which the birdwatch allegedly threatened him for having his dog off leash.

Black dog owner defends 'Central Park Karen

Tags: Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Exoneration, Force, Support, Threat, Warning

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01-Jun-2021