Sharon Gustafson, First Liberty Of Counsel & Former EEOC General Counsel joins us to discuss our latest case against Alaska Airlines currently pending at the EEOC. With her extensive knowledge, she’ll explain what rights religious employees have in the workplace.
Do you or any member of your family serve in the military? If so, you’ve no doubt heard and have questions about the Department of Defense’s vaccine mandate. Some of those who serve have no problem with the mandate, but others have religious objections and often have questions about the law.
Fortunately, we’ve got the right go-to expert who can help: First Liberty General Counsel, Mike Berry, who served for seven years on active duty as an attorney with the U.S. Marine Corps and continues to serve as a member of the Marine Corps Reserve.
We’re heading to the nation’s highest court for Coach Joe Kennedy. He joins First Liberty Live! for a special episode to give an update on his case. Be sure to hear these critical insights on how we are going to win his case at U.S. Supreme Court.
First Liberty attorney, Keisha Russell, will be answering YOUR questions about the vaccine mandate and discussing what rights people of faith, parents and students have in public schools. Questions will include: Can religious exemptions for the vaccine be turned down by your employer? Do you need a note from your pastor in order to get a religious exemption? Can a workplace require you to get tested if you don’t get the vaccine?
No one should have to fear being fired from their job because of their faith. But that’s exactly what happened to two flight attendants at Alaska Airlines who were recently fired for expressing their religious beliefs. Now, they’re firing back! First Liberty just filed a charge of discrimination against the airline for blatantly violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and making a mockery of laws that protect religious Americans from employment discrimination.
What if Afghanistan had made religious freedom a top priority? For decades, U.S. foreign policy largely has been “aggressively secular” – in contradiction to the framework for our nation set in place by the Founders. Thomas Farr, president of the Religious Freedom Institute, explains why supporting religious freedom in every nation is vital to national security here in America.
In part 2 of our 3-part series, Back-To-School, Back to Normal?, we talk to Keisha Russell on the current battle over school choice and our latest Supreme Court case.