Metal Worker Sues Ex-employer Arconic for Religious Intolerance
A longtime metalworks employee is suing his former employer, Pittsburgh-based Arconic, for religious discrimination after he was fired for expressing on an anonymous company survey his religious-based objection to the use of the rainbow to represent sexual identity.
Specifically, the former employee, Daniel Snyder, who is now 63, was offended by Arconic’s choice, in his view, to coopt the rainbow, a religious symbol from the Old Testament, to advocate for same-sex marriage and gender ideology.
The legal complaint (pdf) in Snyder v. Arconic Inc., case 3:22-cv-27, was filed May 18 in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa by the Thomas More Society, a national public interest law firm that focuses on religious liberty….
Originally appeared on The Epoch Times