The niqab left them utter strangers to me and their classmates, who simply forgot about them. The veil that those young women wore utterly isolated them. They sat in the classroom with us, but they weren't part of the group. They were effectively invisible.
Thursday, March 22, 2007
The educator's perspective on religious dress in schools
This article should be enough to turn even the most stalwart religious liberties advocate. Here's an excerpt: