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We will reclaim our history, and our country, for citizens of every race, color, religion and creed.

Connecticut, which requires voters to show up at their polling place on election day unless they’re incapable due to illness, physical disability, or their religion, has extended absentee voting to all eligible residents, for example.

Democrats are once again doubling down on religion this year.

A deeply controversial film at the time of its release because of its dark and cynical, even sinister view of organized religion, Hunchback is perhaps Disney’s most intense film.

Toward a queer Disney canonEmily VanDerWerffSeptember 4, 2020Vox

A study by Naseem and his colleagues at Blue Veins found the reasons behind child marriage to be a complex milieu of culture, religion and poverty.

Currently I don’t subscribe to any religion, but consider myself a deeply spiritual person.

Queery: Kerry HallettStaff reportsSeptember 2, 2020Washington Blade

Let’s celebrate now that one more hypocrite who uses religion to attack LGBTQ people while engaging in the same behaviors he publicly deplores is exposed and, yes, canceled.

Taking religion out of the conversation improved the likelihood of moving the law forward, she said.

In that case, the court was able to issue a narrow ruling that sidestepped the broader First Amendment issues of free exercise of religion and free speech.

During the bill’s debate, members of the House and Senate had lengthy discussions about discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion and national origin – but the “sex” category sparked little serious debate.


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.