Inner Courtyard

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Garcia shares what she is doing - and learning - during her summer internship with the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Monterey’s Immigration and Citizenship program. Study the relationship between culture, politics and the economy in Canadian and global contexts, while preparing for a career in a variety of fields, including social policy analysis, teaching, community-program coordination and human rights work. Sects are newly formed religious groups that form to protest elements of their parent religion (generally a denomination).

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Publisher: Kali for Women (December 1, 2005)

ISBN: 8186706445

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