Another Win For Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant Charlene Carter

Back in July, Southwest Airlines flight attendant Charlene Carter won a settlement against Transport Workers Union Local 556 and Southwest Airlines for religious discrimination. Now, after expressing wanting her job back, the judge has granted it to her – fully benefits, seniority, and all.

In The Blaze, they discuss the details further, as well as quote the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, who represented Carter for free:

Upon Carter’s victory over the airline in July, National Right to Work — the organization that provided Carter with free legal representation — stated, “This long overdue verdict vindicates Ms. Carter’s fundamental right to dissent from the causes and ideas that TWU union officials – who claim to ‘represent’ Southwest flight attendants – support while forcing workers to bankroll their activities.”

“No American worker should have to fear termination, intimidation, or any other reprisal merely for speaking out against having their own money spent, purportedly in their name, to promote an agenda they find abhorrent,” the organization added.


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