CAIR pressures store to accept its employees wearing head scrafs

by associate editor on October 7, 2010

in 2010,IO - Corporations,IO - Law Enforcement,New Jersey

Corporate Influence Operation

Date: October 7, 2010


A Muslim woman was hired by a Philadelphia shoe store. When the woman started working on October 7 she wore a head scarf. The district manager asked her to remove the head scarf because the shoe chain does not allow  its employees to display their religion, but the woman refused. As a result, she got laid off.

CAIR pressured the store by filing a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission which resulted in Campbell being reinstated and the district manager who fired her being suspended.


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