Women in Religious Traditions and Politics

22 October 2020, 10:05 AM
Photo: Flyer with information about the event.

the ATAPAPO Program in partnership with the Araçatuba Cooperation Circle promotes the Human Spirituality farms and on October 15th, invited Rabbi Rubi, Mônica (lawyer), Isabel (Shaman) and Liliana (Therapist) for a reflection on Women in religious traditions and politics. Ours was to question and raise awareness about these positions. What does it mean to be a POLITICAL BEING? How does the woman see herself in this position? How does a woman see herself within religious traditions? How should she position herself in relation to her rights? How to deal with prejudice and make room to be a leader? The event took place online.

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