This article examines inclusion riders, the bona fide occupational qualification defense, undue hardship, and equal burdens in the context of Title VII's prohibition of differential treatment. It also addresses the concept of 'diversity preference', affirmative action programs, and how employers can satisfy diversity preference without being discriminatory.
"Inclusion Riders and Diversity Mandates,"
Belmont Law Review: Vol. 6:
2, Article 7.
Available at: https://repository.belmont.edu/lawreview/vol6/iss2/7