Support this Oregon woman who was fired for defending the unborn
Two weeks ago Harmony Daws, the new president of Oregon Right to Life, was fired from her position as the operations manager of a Portland area cleaning service because of her pro-life activism.
After Daws was nominated to be the new president of Oregon Right to Life her employer became distant and cold.
“She told me that she didn’t want me sharing my faith, that I couldn’t tell other employees that I’m praying for them,” Daws said. “She said I couldn’t discuss my political beliefs.”
Her employer fired her for “discrimination” and for Daws’s prolife beliefs that she saw online, including Daws’s blog and the Oregon Right to Life Website.
“On Friday, she terminated me without any warning,” Daws said. Daws was escorted from the building and sent home in a cab because she had driven her company car to work.
Daw’s coworkers say they’ve never felt discriminated against in any way. They said she “loved everyone.” It was because of Harmony’s work running the daily operations of the company that her boss went from struggling to make payroll for three employees to a team of 14 employees with projected 2016 sales of over $500,000.
“What my employer did was illegal. Firing someone based on their religious or political beliefs is a civil rights violation.” Said Daws. “Regardless, if I had known then what the price to accept the presidency would be, I would still have accepted the position. Fifty-eight million children have lost their lives since 1973. Losing a job in my stand for their right to life was a small price to pay.”
It is important for Harmony to know that she is not alone and that we applaud her courageous pro-life activism. Please sign this letter of support to show Harmony that we stand behind her and are thankful for her sacrifice to protect the unborn.
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