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Teaching Religious Literacy in the Face of Intolerance

The aim of the Religion Reporting Project is to talk with students about religion in the media, introduce them to experts in the field and — the best part — take them on visits to houses of worship throughout the region.

VIDEO: Coffee Talk – Religion Reporters, the Next Generation

Below is a video of the first ever Pullman Coffee Talk, featuring WSU journalism students. The students spoke about their year-long religion reporting experience.

April Coffee Talk — Religion Reporters: The Next Generation This Saturday

For the past school year FāVS editor Tracy Simmons has been leading a group of journalism students from Washington State University on a religion reporting field trip where they toured houses of worship and learned about faiths and cultures they might report on one day. 

April Coffee Talk — Religion Reporters: The Next Generation

For the past school year FāVS editor Tracy Simmons has been leading a group of journalism students from Washington State University on a religion reporting field trip where they toured houses of worship and learned about faiths and cultures they might report on one day. 

My Trip to the Spokane Islamic Center

My experience at the Islamic Center was very enlightening, and I was grateful to be able to learn about the faith and customs in person. I believe if people want to learn about Islam they can go to a masjid to do so because it feels like a welcoming space.

My family’s Sikh religion

I grew up in a Punjabi household while living in one of the whitest towns in California. I was raised knowing and believing in Sikhism. I spent Sundays going to the gurdwara, a place of worship for Sikhs, and learning about the history from my uncles and dad.

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