IARJ board member Pedro Brieger writes about the evolving relationship between the papacy and Latin America. His column—posted in Spanish and English—begins: “La historia latinoamericana y caribeña desde la conquista española estuvo atravesada por la influencia de la espada y la cruz.”
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In our fifth global discussion about religion and politics, IARJ members from North America discuss common misconceptions about the complex influence of religion in shaping community life and national policies.
In our second “IARJ News and Views” column, our IARJ Sub-Saharan Africa Representative Yazeed Kamaldien writes about his participation in the Global Exchange on Religion in Society (Geris) project funded by the European Union, which recently took participants to the United States to explore challenges journalists face in covering the theme “Being a Minority.”