With our global culture consistently evolving, we are seeing people embrace the concept of self-identification. Self-Identification is when a person openly identifies themselves as being included in a specific demographic of people.
For thousands of years, a person’s religion was often a “go-to” self-identifier. It has always been considered a place where many find their sense of belonging, and community. History has also shown us that with religious identification there have been experiences of persecution.
With Quebec’s religious neutrality laws and as marriage equality now legally rolls out across the U.S., religious identification has become a clear topic of discussion in many North American communities, schools, and workplaces.
Below please find a few questions around your religious self-identification. Your answers are anonymous and will not be shared with the public.
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