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Discrimination & Religious Employees

Written by ap-government-fall-2011-303

School: Central York High School
Class: AP Government Fall 2011
Grade: 12th

I definitely could see churches having special powers a problem sometimes. There are always going to be people and organizations that will take advantage of powers that they have. So in certain cases this might also be prevalent in churches. I also think that it really shouldn’t matter whether or not Perich taught religion or not in her teachings. If she is able to teach her class, and have control of her class, then she should be able to keep teaching her class. This also goes for any other employer. I don’t think that they should be able to discriminate based on gender, religion, race, or disability; unless it has and effect on their ability to do their job. This also should not be any different for religious institutions or schools. Discrimination is discrimination, no matter who is doing it. I think that these kinds of places would be more likely to look over a disability anyway, than a public company.


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Harlan Institute Feedback: well done.