The Charger Bulletin

Religion in Politics

Dayna Lindo

February 17, 2016

I’ve been getting more involved in local community activism, and it’s made me extremely happy. I recently attended a public hearing in Bridgeport to support speakers against a gas plant proposal to replace a recently shut down coal factory. The week before that, I attended an NAACP meeting. The discussion...

Religion Claims its Place in Occupy Wall Street

The Associated Press

October 26, 2011

BOSTON (AP) — Downtown Dewey Square is crammed with tents and tarps of Occupy Boston protesters, but organizers made sure from the start of this weeks-old encampment that there was room for the holy.   No shoes are allowed in the "Sacred Space" tent here, but you can bring just about any fai...

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