Sometimes discrimination is subtle, sometimes not

The RG reports on the legal settlement of a case of the latter kind:

… While working as a professor of exercise science, Richardson advised NCU officials in May 2015 that she was an expectant mother. In response, university administrators gave her a choice: If she wanted to keep her job, she needed to either break up with the unborn baby’s father, or get married immediately. After she refused, she was fired. …

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