Mark Delizo Even so, why would religious headgear require a waiver in the first place? The rule needs to be removed and I think article does a good job a bringing that to the public’s attention (ignoring the fact that most people only read the headline and form an opinion on just that). A Charlie Brown Christmas 50th Anniversary 1969 2019 Charles M. Schulz Signature. Caroline Crean because I can say it is my religious tradition to wear swim fins and join a swimming race.
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The waiver in that case would probably be denied and I wouldn’t be able to have an unfair advantage. Not saying that a hijab gives anyone an advantage in a race just that if you want to wear anything outside the required uniform, it should be approved first. Funny how people are crying racism when the article pertained to a religious piece of clothing. Wierd. Mark Delizo and the rule is going to be charged because it should NEVER have been a rule. “The OHSAA is also already looking at this specific uniform regulation to potentially modify it in the future, so that religious headwear does not require a waiver,” the statement said. If she was a Jew or Christian yall wouldn’t take up for her. A Charlie Brown Christmas 50th Anniversary 1969 2019 Charles M. Schulz Signature. Look what yall do when a coach prays at a game. They let her run still. If it was an issue against the rules, why let her run & compete to begin with? Also, why has she been allowed to compete thus far without her hijab being an issue? Freedom of religion. People wear symbols of religion and christianity every day. Whether you agree or not she earned the W. Give her the win. Good job. Garry Wallace did you say the same thing when Christians pray at schools? Separation of State and Religion. Did they think her hijab gave her an ‘edge’?