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Birmingham and the Children’s March

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In May 1963, hundreds of children—some as young as six years old—faced police dogs, fire hoses and arrest, to march against segregation in Birmingham, Alabama. Managing editor Kim Lawton looks at the march's legacy and interviews some of those who marched as children, including University of Maryland, Baltimore County President Freeman Hrabowski.

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Wudu: Islamic Washing Before Prayer

Muslim men perform a ritual washing to cleanse hands, arms, face, and feet before prayer.

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Teaching Children about Religion

An exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis teaches children about world religions

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Muslims of Hamtramck, Michigan

Once Polish Catholic, this city is the only one in the US with a Muslim-majority council.

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Wendell Berry Farming Program

Kentucky poet and farmer Wendell Berry is passing on his family’s farming legacy.

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America's Original Sin

An activist, pastor, and preacher says white and black churches must cross the bridge to a

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Ultra-Orthodox Yeshiva Controversy

Are private yeshivas run by Hasidic Jews providing students with a secular education?

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India Beef Ban

Recent violence traces back to an age-old conflict over the sacredness of cows in Hinduism

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