“The Supreme Court ruled 8-1 on Monday that retailer Abercrombie & Fitch may have violated workplace discrimination law when it turned down a Muslim job applicant because she wore a hijab, even though her religious beliefs never came up in the interview,” writes Dave Jamieson in The Huffington Post.

Although Abercrombie & Fitch requires that its sales team dress “preppy” (like their merchandise), “Samantha Elauf, the job seeker at the center of the case, applied for a sales position at an Abercrombie children’s store in Oklahoma in 2008.”

Read more here: Supreme Court Rules Against Abercrombie & Fitch In Discrimination Case

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