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reducing microaggressions and religious bias

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Reducing Microaggressions & Religious Bias Through Interfaith Dialogue

As a Latina immigrant in the U.S., I have often been assumed to be Mexican. People bluntly ask me when I left Mexico. I don’t take the label “Mexican” as an insult, but I feel...

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pitfalls of interfaith dialogue

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Potential Pitfalls Of Interfaith Dialogue

One of the main purposes of interfaith dialogue is to engage with people in a way that expands your heart and mind and provides insight and understanding into religious practices outside of your own. Inevitably,...

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role of clergy in supporting interfaith families

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The Dilemma of the Role of Clergy and Interfaith Families

If it is true that America is becoming more publicly religiously plural, as sociological studies say, so then are American families. According to the Pew Research Religious Landscape Survey of 2014, nearly four in ten...

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