Daily Archives: April 25, 2009

Way to go Malawi!

First I hear that Nigerians are planning a conference to combat witch-hunting, child abuse and Christian fundamentalism.  Now Malawi is stepping up.  I have no idea how many people this message will reach via my blog, but since I think … Continue reading

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Witch-hunting is no laughing matter

If, like mine, your first reaction in hearing about modern-day witch-hunting is to snicker–don’t.  It’s just a bunch of superstitious silliness, right?  Think again.  Witch-hunting kills.  It destroys lives.  Read this chilling article from Johann Hari. Maybe we won’t snicker … Continue reading

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