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Panel Discusses Religious Differences

February 28, 2011

Author: Tom Evans

Source: The Stamford Times

http://thestamfordtimes.com/story/500194

In an effort to dispel preconceived ideas about faith that have too often been driven by suspicion, prejudice and misunderstanding, the InterFaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut and the Mayor's Multicultural Council of Stamford presented a panel discussion featuring Stamford religious leaders called "My Neighbor's Faith" on Sunday afternoon at the auditorium in the...

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From CD-ROM to Blogosphere: Religious Pluralism Comes Home

February 28, 2011

Author: Kathryn Lohre

Source: State of Formation

http://www.stateofformation.org/2011/02/from-cd-rom-to-blogosphere-religious-pluralism-comes-home/

In February of 1998, I returned to the wintry campus of St. Olaf College, a small Christian liberal arts school in rural Minnesota, after a five-month global study trip. It was a bewildering reverse culture shock back into my Norwegian Lutheran heritage;...

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Native American Groups Sue to Stop Solar Projects

February 27, 2011

Author: Noaki Schwartz

Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Wire Service: AP

http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/native-american-groups-sue-855204.html

Native Americans are clashing with the federal government over plans to fast-track approval and construction of massive solar energy projects that the Indians fear will harm sacred and culturally significant sites in Western deserts.

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