We The People

Produced by Intersections International with a grant from Odyssey Networks.

A stunning look at America's determination to become "a more perfect union." The goal of this video is to inspire conversations around the water cooler, at the dinner table, on the bar stool and in the classroom. Did anything surprise you? Did anything console you? Did something inspire you or enrage you? We want to hear about it. Join the conversation at http://prepareny.com/wethepeople


News and Information:

The U.S. Army Welcomes Its First Hindu Chaplain (BBC News, December 11, 2011)

Happily- Detached
December 06th, 2011 16:56 pm

State and religion are separate and different matters and should remain that way. The problem I see is, people using their religion and the scheme of ‘strength in numbers’ as a tool to force State matters into molding to their agendas and beliefs. Dilemma: Most people get along fine until they come to the subject of religion; more than politics is what ignites the most fierce differences…

About this video, please clarify: On one hand, this video states that religion and State are separate and should/must stay separate. This is on our Constitution as well as expressed and affirmed by many of our presidents, before, during and after their terms in office.
At the same time, it seems to be advocating that candidates to the presidential office and other political organizations must state their religious beliefs and those must agree with the largest religious group, or they are not considered to be ‘worthy’. All the images shown in this video have a connection to religion or show religious groups exerting pressure upon political persons, groups and government.

August 12th, 2011 11:41 am

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