WILMINGTON (AP) A woman who was fired from an all-girls Catholic school in Wilmington after expressing support for abortion rights, filed a lawsuit Friday against the Archdiocese of Wilmington and its bishop.
Michele Curay-Cramer was fired in January on orders of Bishop Michael Saltarelli after a pro-choice newspaper advertisement containing her name appeared in a Wilmington newspaper.
Curay-Cramer was fired after she refused to recant her pro-choice views. She claims that her speech and advocacy for abortion rights is protected by the civil rights act of 1964 and the federal pregnancy discrimination act.
Thank you Bishop Michael Angelo Saltarelli.