Friday April 20th 7-9PM, Room 102 Copper Mt College
The Yoruban spiritual tradition revolves around a pantheon of deities called “orishas,” manifestations of divine energies that interact with human beings. This system is part of Candomble, Santeria, Vodun, and other religions practiced by millions of people around the world. In this class we will talk about the orishas and consider the similarities and differences with the more familiar Greek Olympians, to understand West African culture and the importance mythology plays in shaping our worldview.
This will be my last lecture a CMC for the foreseeable future so I hope you can join me! $10. Download the full class schedule and mail-in registration form at CMCC.