Pagan woman sues Pleasant Hills Panera over religious discrimination – TribLIVE

A Clairton woman who worked as a baker at the Pleasant Hills Panera claims that she was discriminated against and ultimately fired because she is Pagan.  Tammy McCoy said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court that she was hired at the Panera on Clairton Boulevard in October 2019. The lawsuit alleges hostile work environment because of religious beliefs, harassment, discrimination and retaliation.

McCoy practices Neopaganism, which the lawsuit described as “a movement by modern people to revive nature-revering/living, pre-Christian religions or other nature-based spiritual paths, frequently also incorporating contemporary liberal values.”

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