Southwest Open School Students Explore Religion

Apr 13, 2018
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After looking at stories of some of the major struggles of our world today, hunger, violence, oppression, environmental destruction, students at Southwest Open High School in Cortez wanted to explore the roots of these often tragic episodes and try to understand how we have gotten where we are today. / Creative Commons

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