This award recognizes the outstanding leadership and dedication of educations who inspire their students, and who teach about the dangers of intolerance and prejudice and urge those around them into action.
NPR - When the first Religious Freedom Restoration Act passed, the vote in Congress was nearly unanimous — it was a bipartisan love fest. We examine how religious freedom laws have become so controversial.
Reuters - Arkansas' RFRA also allows religious discrimination lawsuits between private parties, and goes a step further in that it would bar employees from invoking religious freedom in suing employers, according to law professor and long-time RFRA opponent Marci Hamilton of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
New York Times - While expectations of economic growth and family-friendly workplaces are misplaced, corporate board gender quotas are worthwhile for a different reason: They disrupt path-dependencies in corporate governance.
The Jewish Week - “What’s happened is that with same-sex marriage on the horizon, the individuals and the believers who do not want to support same-sex marriage are looking to a formula in RFRAs to allow them to avoid same-sex marriage in the market place,” said Marci Hamilton, law professor at Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School and an opponent of RFRAs.