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Corrie Mitchell

Corrie Mitchell is an author at Religion News Service.

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Religious leaders welcome FBI hate crimes reporting

By Corrie Mitchell — June 6, 2013
The FBI will begin tracking a number of religious groups as part of its law enforcement crime-reporting program.

Report draws attention to Hindu hate crimes

By Corrie Mitchell — June 5, 2013
(RNS) With the release of their ninth annual report, members of the Hindu American Foundation are pushing policymakers to take action against international human rights violations directed at Hindus.

FEATURE STORY: Modern-day Moses carves Ten Commandments

By Corrie Mitchell — July 17, 1996
c. 1996 Religion News Service PORTLAND, Ore. _ Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the Ten Commandments carved in stone. Steve Williams stepped down from his Safeway semi-truck with the same religious edicts etched in two types of marble and slate. Tradition holds that Moses received the commandments directly from God. Williams’ inspiration came […]

A gourmet Seder reveals chef’s Jewish roots

By Corrie Mitchell — March 28, 1996
c. 1996 Religion News Service VAIL, Colo. (RNS)-Why is this night different from all other nights? On this night we hold the Passover Seder at a posh ski resort in the Rockies. Like devoted Jewish cooks around the world, award-winning chef Jim Cohen will be in his kitchen Thursday, April 4, lovingly preparing a Seder, […]

TOP STORY: RELIGION AND FOOD: A gourmet Seder reveals chef’s Jewish roots

By Corrie Mitchell — March 20, 1996
c. 1996 Religion News Service VAIL, Colo. (RNS)-Why is this night different from all other nights? On this night we hold the Passover Seder at a posh ski resort in the Rockies. Like devoted Jewish cooks around the world, award-winning chef Jim Cohen will be in his kitchen Thursday, April 4, lovingly preparing a Seder, […]
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