Daily Archives: March 27, 2018

The Role of Religion in Gender Inequality

by | March 27, 2018

  By Kyle Sittek-Lumsden Is religion good, bad, or neutral for gender equality? Does the religiosity of individuals or countries impact gender attitudes and outcomes for women regardless of religion? Is Islam exceptional when it comes to currently promoting gender inequality? This blog will attempt to explore some evidence and issues related to this loaded… Read more »

Benjamin David on How His Abusive Childhood Motivated Him to get involved in Human Rights Activism

by | March 27, 2018

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Benjamin David is the Founder of Conatus News and a Writer, Designer, Photographer, Artist, and Marketer on various platforms. Here we talk about his life, struggles, progressive activism, and how to unify activists. Scott Douglas Jacobsen: How was life for you growing up? Benjamin David: Born into a very working class household, I grew up in… Read more »

In Conversation with Professor Sarah Wilkins-LaFlamme on Secularism, Religion, and Atheism

by | March 27, 2018

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobson: Let’s start as James Lipton says, to begin at the beginning. Sarah Wilkins LaFlamme: Oh boy. Jacobsen: What was a family background regarding major variables such as geography, culture, language, and religion if any? LaFlamme: So, I’m originally from the Pontiac region of Quebec, which is about 45 minutes… Read more »