America was a country built on religious freedom as well as freedom of expression. Both of these rights have their limits, but they are sufficiently broad enough that most of us often take them for granted.
That is, of course, until they are challenged. In 2008, a young Muslim woman applied for a mall job at an Abercrombie & Fitch Kids store. She was 17 and had been wearing a hijab since she was 13, in accordance with her religious beliefs. She was only seeking a job at that time, but little did she know that her headscarf and her job interview would become the subjects of a religious discrimination case that was recently argued before the U.S. Supreme Court.