In the past thirty years, the religious landscape of the United States has changed significantly, in part because of the 1965 immigration act and the new population of immigrants who have come to the U.S. from all over the world. Today there are Islamic centers and mosques, Hindu and Buddhist temples and meditation centers, and Sikh gurdwaras in virtually every major American city. And today the encounter between people of different religious and cultural traditions takes place not only in the international arena, but in our own cities and neighborhoods, schools and city councils.
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In February 1999, the Pluralism Project was awarded a grant from the Ford Foundation to enable us to host a consultation on religious discrimination and accommodation. This consultation, held May 17 at Harvard University, brought together representatives from advocacy groups of America’s diverse religious traditions. Dr. Diana L. Eck, Project Director and Professor of Comparative Religions, moderated the lively conversation. Topics included religious needs and issues of discrimination in the “public square,” including the workplace, hospitals, and schools.
The third annual Lexington-Bluegrass Pagan Pride Day is Saturday — and you don't even have to be a pagan to attend the festivities.
Event spokeswoman Susan Kelch says the festival will offer plenty of attractions for everybody — food, music, kids' games, a petting zoo, diviners giving personal readings, vendors, arts and crafts for show and...
In the rolling hills of deeply religious rural Pennsylvania sits Stoudtburg Village, a tiny hamlet modeled on a German town. On weekends, tourists come here to visit shops on the ground floors of closely set three-story houses painted bright...
Local pagan groups invite the public to join them in their second annual Pagan Pride Day celebration, scheduled for 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. next Saturday, Aug. 15, in Monroe Park, 3000 S. Monroe Blvd. in Ogden.
The free event is designed to educate the public as well as bring different pagan groups together.
"We want people to understand us and to know us...
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The Knights Templar Oasis, the Massachusetts chapter of the global Ordo Templi Orientis, was first established in Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 5, 1990. Founding members sought to establish an O.T.O. chapter in the Boston area and promote Thelema, a tradition announced in The Book of the Law, a text... Read more about Knights Templar Oasis