A Civil Lawsuit is moving forward against seven Orthodox Jewish retail stores in Brooklyn for posting signs in the stores expressing dress code guidelines. The claim is that the signs are discriminatory. In response, OJPAC released the following ad to be aired on NYC radio stations next week [Audio Below]
“A message from OJPAC.Org: Congress has dress codes. Midtown corporate headquarters have dress codes. Heck, even the Grammies had guidelines this year! Yet seven Orthodox Jewish stores in Brooklyn are facing a lawsuit for posting signs encouraging consumers to adhere to dress codes. Everyone is welcome regardless of race, religion or gender, and these signs are perfectly legal. For more information visit www.OJPAC.Org.”
Listan to audio ad in extended article.
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