Finding Title VII's exemption for religious institutions "is not limited to facilities where prayer takes place," a magistrate judge in Pennsylvania has dismissed a suit against a Jewish community center brought by an evangelical Christian who claims she was fired because she attended a "Jews for Jesus" concert. Instead, Judge Jacob P. Hart found that courts have taken a broader view of the exemption, extending it to any institution that includes religion among its primary purposes.
'Jews for Jesus' Concertgoer Loses Employment Suit Against Jewish Center
The Legal Intelligencer
December 21, 2004
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