Amy Coney Barrett ruled using the n-word does not make a work environment hostile

Source: The Independent - View Original Article
Published: Oct 16, 2020
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51% Liberal


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This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 51% Liberal:

  • 1 positive sentiment for Socialized Healthcare


Policies:

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Sentiments

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88% "No other word in the English language so powerfully or instantly calls to mind our country's long and brutal struggle to overcome racism ... ..."
62% "He must also demonstrate that Colbert's use of this word altered the conditions of his employment and created a hostile or abusive working environment, ..."
56% "Jason Wincuinas, the editor at the Economist's Intelligence Unit, pointed out on Twitter that even Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh disagreed with her ruling ..."
53% "Many users on social media pointed out that Ms Barrett has two adopted black children, and asked whether she would feel the same if ..."
52% "The Associated Press published a report on Ms Barrett's most notable judicial opinions, which included a 2019 workplace discrimination case in which she penned ..."
-77% "Ms Barrett wrote on behalf of a unanimous three-judge panel that issued the ruling.""
-79% "In the ruling, Ms Barrett said that while she found the use of the word abhorrent, the plaintiff in the case had not made ..."
-87% "US Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett's discernment is being questioned after her views on the use of the n-word in the workplace ..."
-92% "That said, Smith can't win simply by proving that the word was uttered.""
-95% "She would not commit to recusing herself from a ruling where she might have a conflict of interest.""

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

51% : On Tuesday, Ms Barrett was pressed on her stance on a number of major Supreme Court cases and asked whether she would support overturning establishing the legality of gay marriage, abortion services and of the Affordable Care Act.
88% : No other word in the English language so powerfully or instantly calls to mind our country's long and brutal struggle to overcome racism ... a single, sufficiently severe incident may create a hostile work environment."
62% : He must also demonstrate that Colbert's use of this word altered the conditions of his employment and created a hostile or abusive working environment," she wrote.
56% : Jason Wincuinas, the editor at the Economist's Intelligence Unit, pointed out on Twitter that even Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh disagreed with her ruling on the matter.
53% : Many users on social media pointed out that Ms Barrett has two adopted black children, and asked whether she would feel the same if the word was used against them when they enter the working world.
52% : The Associated Press published a report on Ms Barrett's most notable judicial opinions, which included a 2019 workplace discrimination case in which she penned the opinion that the use of the n-word in the workplace had not "created a hostile or abusive working environment."
23% : Ms Barrett wrote on behalf of a unanimous three-judge panel that issued the ruling.
21% : In the ruling, Ms Barrett said that while she found the use of the word abhorrent, the plaintiff in the case had not made a strong enough case that harassment was occurring.
13% : US Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett's discernment is being questioned after her views on the use of the n-word in the workplace resurfaced.
8% : That said, Smith can't win simply by proving that the word was uttered.
5% : She would not commit to recusing herself from a ruling where she might have a conflict of interest.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization

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