Rastafarian Won’t Lose Dreadlocks, Loses Employment Opportunity, Loses Case

By |2017-02-02T17:50:07+00:00August 31st, 2010|Categories: Religious Discrimination|Tags: , |

Words have meanings, and sometimes imprecision in the use of a word can affect substantive legal rights.  In illustration of this principle, from Chicago comes the tale of Lord Osunfarian Xodus.  The case is Xodus v. Wackenhut.  A Rastafarian who wears dreadlocks, Xodus applied for a job as a security guard with Wackenhut Corporation.  At [...]