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(LifeSiteNews) — Next Monday, October 24th at 8:00 PM ET on LifeSite’s video page, senior correspondent for LifeSiteNews Jim Hale will talk to Thomas More Society attorney Paul Jonna about an upcoming case involving Christian discrimination at the highest levels of Corporate America. 

Their subject? A former employee of Bright Horizons Children’s Center is accusing corporate leadership of discrimination and wrongful termination for giving her an ultimatum to choose between her job and violate her faith. 

In this interview, Jonna describes how Nelli Parisenkova, a devout Christian and four-year employee, was fired for refusing to “celebrate diversity” when she requested to not read LGBTQ-themed books to children at Bright Horizons. Read more about her story by clicking here

Jonna explains how Parisenkova’s termination was a “corporate policy decision” and that Bright Horizons seem intent to push through their LGBTQ agenda at hundreds of Bright Horizons locations. 

Jonna highlights critical issues that touch concerns of many Christians, including: 

  • What Christian employees can do if they are facing similar discrimination; 
  • What parents can do to protect their children from LGBTQ ideology at daycare centers; 
  • What every Christian needs to do to prevent Corporate America from singling them out and discriminating against them. 

Watch Jim and Paul next Monday at 8:00 PM ET on this LifeSite video page to learn how Parisenkova’s case combats an egregious but ever-growing wrong—the discrimination of Christians in the workplace.  

View this interview on the John-Henry Westen Channel on YouTube and all other LifeSiteNews video platforms.

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