Voodoo and West Africa's Spiritual Life, Part 3 In the final Radio Expeditions story on voodoo in West Africa, reporter John Burnett talks to defenders and critics of the religion. While voodoo is often condemned as superstition or worse, its practitioners say the good it can do for believers far outweighs the bad.
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Voodoo and West Africa's Spiritual Life, Part 3

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Voodoo and West Africa's Spiritual Life, Part 3

Voodoo and West Africa's Spiritual Life, Part 3

Voodoo and West Africa's Spiritual Life, Part 3

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In the final Radio Expeditions story on voodoo in West Africa, reporter John Burnett talks to defenders and critics of the religion. While voodoo is often condemned as superstition or worse, its practitioners say the good it can do for believers far outweighs the bad.

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