Rewritten Opinion in Rogers v. American Airlines
Professor Wendy Greene of Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, presented her rewritten opinion in Rogers v. American Airlines, this work examines black women race and sex discrimination in private and public sectors.
From Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law, "Professor Greene is the first tenured African American woman on the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law faculty. Prior to joining the Drexel Law faculty, she was a faculty member at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law (Birmingham, Alabama) from 2007-2012. At Cumberland, she likewise made institutional history as one of the youngest women and women of color to attain tenure and full professorship and earned multiple awards for excellence in teaching and scholarship. Professor Greene teaches several courses in the law school curriculum: Constitutional Law, Employment Law, Employment Discrimination, Equitable Remedies, Real Property and seminars on Race and American Law, Critical Race Theory, as well as Appearance and Grooming Codes Discrimination in the Workplace".
race discrimination, sex discrimination, black women workers, natural hairstyles
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Law
Greene, Wendy, "Rewritten Opinion in Rogers v. American Airlines" (2020). Faculty Workshops.