Pagan Pride Day addresses religious tolerance – Columbia Missourian: “Elm Street in front of Peace Park will be filled with tarot card readers, educational groups and vendors selling homemade gifts on Sunday as part of the sixth annual Pagan Pride Day. The event will be held from noon to 7 p.m. in Peace Park.
‘The purpose of Pagan Pride Day is to sponsor and promote tolerance in the world for all religions, to educate the public about paganism and to raise food and donations for charity,’ said Victoria Chance, Columbia coordinator for the national Pagan Pride Project.
Joyce and River Higginbotham, authors of ‘Paganism: An Introduction to Earth-Centered Religions and Pagan Spirituality,’ will speak during the day.”
(Via Columbia Missourian.)