Interfaith Marriage

Join Talk of the Nation for a look at what it's like to be part of an interfaith marriage during the holiday season. What happens when a couple doesn't celebrate the same religious holidays? How does it effect their children? Host Korva Coleman and her guests will discuss the choices and sacrifices people make when they marry outside their religion. Guests: Egon Mayer Professor of Sociology, Brooklyn College at the City University of New York Author Love and Tradition (Plenum Publishing Co., 1985) Gabrielle Glazer Author Strangers to the Tribe (Houghton Mifflin, 1997) Former Reporter, Associated Press Listeners call in

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