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In Between: Witches

November 1, 2018

Episode 5 | Witches

 

Halloween came and went — but people are still talking about witches. Feminist and womanist movements have popularized a lot of things, including witchcraft. This is a concept that a lot of women identify with because of how empowering it is. But, what are its roots? In this episode, hosts Daniela Rivera and Brontë Cook talk to Aliya Brathwaite and Avery Santiago — two Ithaca College students, self-identified brujas and practicers of Santeria (an afro-carribean religion with roots in mysticism.) The hosts and their guests discuss Santeria as an afro-carribean religion, misconceptions about the practice and how it has influenced their respective identities.

 

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In Between, a podcast from Passion Project Online, features Daniela Rivero and Brontë Cook. These hosts will explore the ever-changing reality of human identity and help listeners find commonality between themselves and others. The show will tap into parts of ourselves and our world that often fall in between the cracks in an effort to build crucial human connection in a world so often filled with chaos and assumption.

 

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