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Black Savagery and "Voodoo" Horror at Universal Studio's
Bayou of Blood
Saumya Arya Haas
ALB Candidate in Religious Studies, Harvard University
If scholars and adherents of Vodou are to be believed, consistent portrayals of 'voodoo' practitioners as barbaric, violent and most of all as African-American, not only influences public perception of our religion, but perception of African-Americans.
Ancient African Religion Finds Roots In America
The Council On Foreign Relations Religion And Foreign Policy Series
: Electoral And Religious Conflict In Africa
Associate Director of the Boisi Center for Religion and Americ...
As we watch the events unfold in Africa over the next eight weeks, keep a careful eye on the shifting national and religious identities -- and the rhetoric that masks and reveals them.
Survey Finds Africa Is Most Religious Part Of World
African Religion & God's Transcendent Love for LGBT People
Diana Butler Bass
Author, "Grounded: Finding God in the World -- A Spiritual Rev...
When you watch the World Cup, know that behind it is the living, beat heart of Africa -- the most religious continent in the world, a place where God is challenging all God's children to live together as extended family.
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