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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Why Stalin tried to stamp out religion in the Soviet Union

As Brexit stirs tensions, Northern Irish clergy reprise peacekeeping roles
Episcopal News Service: Bitter negotiations over Northern Ireland’s status after Brexit have reignited old tensions between Irish Catholic nationalists and pro-British Protestant unionists.
Tarot booms as Generation Z sorts out spiritual path
Religion News Service: Generation Z has been the driving force behind the renewed popularity and mainstreaming of the age-old esoteric system.
Pandemic gives rise to antisemitic ‘Zoom bombing’
Associated Press: Last year had the third-highest tally of antisemitic incidents since the Anti-Defamation League began tracking them in 1979.
Why Stalin tried to stamp out religion in the Soviet Union
History: Joseph Stalin led a uniquely brutal campaign against religion and religious leaders.
US landmarks bearing racist and colonial references are renamed to reflect Indigenous values
The Conversation: A creek running through the city of Ames in central Iowa was officially renamed to Ioway Creek in February 2021, after a yearlong process that involved local and federal agencies.

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