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Freedom Singer: 'Without Music, There Would Be No Movement'

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The Amir Tadros Coptic Church in Minya, Egypt, was set ablaze on Aug. 14. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Arab World's Christians, An Uncertain Fate

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Priest Ifagbemi has an elaborate shrine to Yoruba's gods in his home near Seattle. Christopher Johnson/NPR hide caption

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Ancient African Religion Finds Roots In America

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Demonstrators on Saturday in Washington, D.C., commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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What Do Asian-Americans Owe The Civil Rights Movement?

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Ruth Calderon, a religious scholar, recently became a member of Israeli's parliament and has been a leading voice on issues that often divide the country's religious and secular communities. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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Israeli Politician Stirs Up The Religious-Secular Debate

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Sister Maxyne Schneider talks about a photo of the kitchen in France where the sisterhood was started in 1650. Josh Stilts/ hide caption

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Sister Fights To Save Her Order From Financial Collapse

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Could Prison Spell The End Of The Jackson Dynasty?

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Why Do Sikhs Want To Serve In The Military?

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Egyptian Nuns Flee After Suez Convent Is Set Ablaze

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Is Obama Snubbing Russia?

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