Religious Headwear in Sports

An interesting article by Donald C. Collins on about whether or not to allow players to sport religious headwear during official sports play:

“While it is clear that officials and coaches could avoid religious head-wear media dust-ups by taking care of the issue early in a sports season, it is equally true that the sports governing bodies could take that burden off of them. There are certain items that are worn with sufficient frequency to merit a permanent exemption. Hijabs and yarmulkes both fall in that category. Nobody in their right mind is going to…”

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