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  Topics: African Diaspora: Religion

Organization of African Traditional Healers, OATH
"A Non-Profit Religious Organization for the promotion of African Traditional Religions." "Those Traditional Religions of (largely) West Africa and the diaspora, include (but are not limited to) Yeveh Vodoun, Mami Wata, Ifa'Orisha, Palo Mayombe, Asante, Akan, Candomble, Lucumi, Haitian Vodou, New America Vodou and Afro-Santeria." The Founder & President is Mamaissii Vivian Dansi Hounon, M.Ed. Based in Martinez, Georgia, US. [KF] http://www.mamiwata.com/OATH.html
Religious Traditions of Africa and the African Diaspora
Site for a course at The College of New Jersey which "chronicles the religious traditions of African, Caribbean, Latin American, and African-American people by exploring the links among indigenous African religious beliefs, values, rituals and worldview, and the practices throughout the African Diaspora." Site created by honors undergraduate students of Dr. Gloria H. Dickinson. [KF] http://dickinsg.intrasun.tcnj.edu/diaspora/



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