Tag Archives: Pluralism Speaker

Invitation To Write For Pluralism Gazette

I am pleased to invite you to consider writing for “Pluralism Gazette.”  Pluralism is respecting the otherness of the other and accepting the uniqueness of each one of us. Pluralism… Read more »

Meet the First African-Pakistani Lawmaker

Tanzeela Qambrani’s election has deep ramifications for the Sheedi minority and Pakistani society. By Jeremy Luedi This article was first Published on September 28, 2018 at – : https://bit.ly/3thHHcg At just… Read more »

Ramadan For Non-Muslims- Everything You Always Wanted To Know

Mike Ghouse Please note: The article is written with the intent of communicating with fellow Americans to relate with it. It is 2400 words long and is complete and comprehensive…. Read more »

Church membership across the U.S. drops below 50% for the first time in eight decades, polls finds

This article was first Published on 29 March 2021 at – : https://bit.ly/2Pj26Pd By EMILY CRANE Membership at a church, synagogue or mosque across the United States reached an all-time… Read more »

Allergic to Religion

This article was first Published on March 12, 2021 at – : https://bit.ly/3w8p0JK Jana Riess Various studies have argued that one reason for the rapid rise of the “nones” may… Read more »

Who wrote the Preamble to the Indian Constitution? That is one of the secrets this book probes

An excerpt from ‘Ambedkar’s Preamble: A Secret History of the Constitution of India’, by Aakash Singh Rathore. This article was first Published on Dec 23, 2019 at – : https://bit.ly/3wa0d8c… Read more »

Democrats push Biden to make expanded tax credits that help low-income Americans permanent

This article was first Published on March 26, 2021 at – : https://aol.it/3csxEuW DENITSA TSEKOVA Congratulations to Senator Romney on the “Profile in Courage” award. The following sentence caught my… Read more »