Feminism for Hijabis: A Critique of Laws that Prohibit Islamic Veiling in Western Countries

By:  Bria Burgamy Feminism. Beyoncé sings about it. Gloria Steinem mobilizes for it. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie writes about it. Women around the world are being called to step into their power, demand equality, and shatter glass ceilings – and rightfully so. As feminist movements gain momentum, however, some women are being left behind. Veiled Muslim … Continue reading Feminism for Hijabis: A Critique of Laws that Prohibit Islamic Veiling in Western Countries

Pregnancy Discrimination is Rampant in American Companies

By: Robert Bryson In 1978, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act was signed into law. It amended Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to prohibit discrimination “on the basis of pregnancy.” (see Section 701(k)). The Act prohibits discrimination “on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions.” (Id.). Unfortunately, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act … Continue reading Pregnancy Discrimination is Rampant in American Companies