To honor Universal Children's Day, Dr. Low's eight year old daughter helps explain rights for children while religious and biblical traditions regarding childhood are discussed.
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After giving an altar blessing for Day of the Dead on a college campus, Dr. Low interviews students about what the holiday means to them.
Sharing the moment of silence that commemorated International Peace Day on a college campus, Dr. Katherine Low reflects on religion and peace. A choir of students from the women's college also performs.
Maya explores what it means to be a woman in a black Baptist tradition while studying other religions during college.
She shares her ideas about God and gives advice to African American women entering college.
Madeleine shares her life-long eclectic pagan journey and what it means to graduate with a degree in History in an era of "fake news."
Holly graduated several years ago from a women's college. She gives advice, talks about struggles with mental health, current immigration issues, and what religious diversity means for her today as a school teacher.
Bri, who grew up in a military family, interprets service, submission, and patriotism from within an evangelical Christian worldview.
Milagro, an undergrad, talks about growing up Catholic, living as a first-generation Latina in America, and how she relates to religion today.