“Rightful Relations: Animals and World Religions” is a traveling exhibit that explores the vital connection between nonhuman animals, ethics, and religions. The exhibition explores where and how religions have been both helpful and harmful to animal liberation. It will debut at the Parliament of World Religions in Toronto, Canada, in November 2018, and will include information on each of the major world religions (Taoist, Confucian, Hindu, Buddhist, Christian, Islamic, and Jewish religious traditions), many smaller but increasingly important religious traditions (such as Wikka, Jain, and Sikh Traditions), and several indigenous traditions from around the world.
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