By Shay Mahana
Intern 

A landmark decision for equality

 


A great stride was made in the efforts of workplace equality June 15.

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Gerald Bostock, Donald Zarda and Aimee Stephens, all victims of discrimination and unjust firing.

Bostock worked as a child advocate for Clayton County, Georgia. Bostock loved his job and had no problems in the workplace, until he was fired shortly after joining a gay recreational softball team. He sued his former employer in 2016, but it took years for the suit to travel through the court system. While waiting for his case to reach a court that would do him justice, Bostock learned o...



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