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What is Harvard doing to combat religious illiteracy?

With the sharp rise in Islamophobia and ideologues issuing statements about religions they have never studied, some professors at Harvard University have come together to educate the public with a free series on religious literacy, studying world religions, over a series of six classes. The classes will be offered online, starting on March 1st.

The first class will be a general approach to religious literacy, followed by specific courses on different faiths, with a goal of covering the following:

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