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Honoring the Cultural Heritage of Voodoo

When we think of voodoo, it automatically conjures up images of voodoo dolls and curses. But it’s important to understand that we’ve been conditioned to think that way by a dominant European-Christian ideology. The history of voodoo dates all the way back to ancient Africa. But like many other African traditions, it’s been stripped away […]

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Handwritten Bible Takes Four Years to Complete

New York man Phillip Patterson embarked on a unique journey over four years ago—a journey to handwrite the entire King James Bible. Now, 2,400 pages and more than 1,460 days later, he’s preparing to bring his journey to an end. He will print the final words of the bible this week during church. Patterson isn’t […]

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St Patrick’s Day Visual Arts Project

The New York Irish Consulate has announced a visual arts project for St Patrick’s Day this year. The project aims to educate people about the cultural significance of St Patrick to Ireland and why St Patrick’s Day is celebrated in the United States and in many other parts of the world. The contest is open […]

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