"Disney has a long history of dress policies and is within its rights in restricting where a restaurant worker can wear a hijab," says the L. A. Times in an editorial. A young Muslim woman has filed an equal-opportunity complaint against the Disney Resort in Anaheim because she was not allowed to wear her hijab as a restaurant hostess in a Disney hotel. The newspaper argues that, "when a job requires a specific costume or uniform, it is the employer's prerogative to determine what accessories are appropriate." "The woman would be better off looking for a job where her religious convictions can be more easily accommodated."