(Note: This video is transcribed below.)
“It’s not anybody’s responsibility to change to fit a religion if it’s not right for them.”
Do you talk about religion or spirituality in your community?
Faith can be a deeply personal subject – and for some people, that makes it difficult to open up about it.
In this Degrassi Group Chat, young people share a conversation on what makes this so taboo – what can be scary about religion, or stressful, and what makes it still worthwhile for some folks. What would you add to the conversation?
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Degrassi Group Chat is a new digital series created by the folks at Degrassi. In this raw and candid series, Degrassi extends the conversation around topical teen issues featured in Degrassi: Next Class on Netflix, into the everyday lives and spaces of Generation Z. Degrassi Group Chat is produced by Krista Legault (@kristalegault) and Adamo Ruggiero (@adamoruggiero) – digital media professionals, youth advocates, and Full House super fans based in Toronto, Canada. Join in the conversation at @TheDotTV and @Degrassi.
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