Anthony catches up with new assistant news editor, Caitlin Hernandez, about an article the Courier published regarding campus reports of the religious group the World Mission Society of God. Read the article by clicking here. Intro music provided by YouTube Audio Library. “Hello 6am” by Mylar Melodies
In this episode, anthropology professor Derek Milne deconstructs stereotypes regarding religion, magic and witchcraft and explains the participatory transformation of Halloween. Intro music provided by: Waltz Of The Skeleton Keys by WombatNoisesAudio | https://soundcloud.com/user-734462061 Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
The First Amendment of the Constitution, considered the foundation of our free society, outlines five basic rights unalienable to all citizens. And one club at PCC has made it it’s mission to make sure the standards of freedom from religion and the separation between church and state continue to be upheld.
More than a decade after Al-Qaeda tore down the World Trade Center and massacred almost 3,000 people, Islam is still viewed by many with fear and suspicion. Islamophobia—the dislike and prejudice against Islam and Muslim people—is on the rise in the United States even as the nation progresses toward becoming a more tolerant and accepting society.
When browsing for classes to take during the upcoming semester, it is hard to miss this title in the course catalog: Anthropology of Religion, Magic and Witchcraft. The class’s title gives it a bizarre connotation but in reality it is a common area of study for anthropologists. At UCLA, the course is called Anthropology of Religion. The name of the course here at PCC retains “witchcraft” partially due to its occult appeal.
Letâ€™s face it, the pope is not relevant to American Society. The United States may be the land of the free, and the home to a colorful spectrum of races, cultures, values and religions, but itâ€™s a country known for Hollywood, The Big Apple and obesity, not for its deep religious affiliations.