freedom from discrimination freedom from discrimination

Definition(s):

  • (n) immunity from discrimination on the basis of race or sex or nationality or religion or age; guaranteed by federal laws of the United States

Usage(s):

  • In his separation of mosque and state, they finally found freedom from discrimination.

News

  • Archdiocese settles lawsuits brought by unmarried pregnant teachers

    The Cincinnati Archdiocese has reached two out-of-court settlements stemming from federal civil lawsuits brought by teachers who became pregnant while employed by Catholic schools. The cases pitted religious liberty against individual freedom from discrimination. Kathleen Quinlan, a former first-grade teacher who was fired from Kettering’s Ascension School in 2011 for becoming pregnant out of ...
    on December 5, 2013     Source: Springfield News-Sun

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