No Pork, No Kids

Abby Zimet

Tashima Crudup, a married Muslim
mother of five who grew up in Baltimore's foster care system and wanted
to give back some of the love she got, was turned down by a private
company as a potential foster mother because she doesn't allow pork in
her house. The ACLU has filed a complaint charging religious discrimination
and anti-Muslim bias. You think? Crudup, meanwhile, persists in having
other priorities besides bacon. 


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"They are children that need good homes," she said.

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