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Connecticut Witch Trials 101 Part 2: Witchcraft Belief, the Founding of Connecticut, and Alice Young
This is Part 2 of Thou Shalt Not Suffer: The Witch Trial Podcast’s Connecticut Witch Trials 101 series. Part 2 covers witchcraft beliefs, the founding of Connecticut and Alice Young.  Your cohosts and accused witch descendants, writer and podcast producer, Joshua Hutchinson and End Witch Hunts President and people connector extraordinaire, Sarah Jack are back to delve into the history. The story of Connecticut's settlement, witchcraft belief and known witch trial victims is fact backed with trustworthy research and sources. Take advantage of the expansive bibliography, and do some educational reading. Dig into the research with us. This series has been created with thoughtful inquiry and consideration of historian expertise, historic record and available archived material. How do we know what we know? We connect past witch trials to today’s witchcraft fear with a discussion answering our advocacy questions: Why do we witch hunt? How do we witch hunt? How do we stop hunting witches? When writing both the South African Law Reform Commission, and the Department of Justice & Constitutional Development, use this reference:'Project 135: Review of the Witchcraft Suppression Act 3 of 1957'.SA Law Reform Commission contact: South African Law Reform Commission Secretary: Mr Nelson Matibe e-mail: South African Law Reform CommissionFor the Dept. Justice: Deputy Minister John Jeffery, MP. c/o Director: Legal Services: Mr Blendynn Williams E-mail: and Personal Assistant: Ms Jamela Mhlarhi E-mail: Support Us! Shop Our Book Shop Connecticut Witch Trials 101 Bibliography Pan-African Parliament  “Guidelines on Accusations of witchcraft and ritual attacks: towards eliminating harmful practices and other human rights violations" March 29,, 2023 Discussion Panel with State Representative Jane Garibay on Bill HJ #34, A Resolution Concerning Certain Witchcraft Convictions in Colonial Connecticut. Press Conference on Legislative Bill H.J. No. 34, March 8, 2023 Resolution Concerning Certain Witchcraft Convictions in Colonial Connecticut Write a Connecticut Legislator  Purchase a Witch Trial White Rose Memorial Button Support Us! Sign up as a Super Listener! End Witch Hunts Movement  Support Us! Buy Witch Trial Merch! Support Us! Buy Podcast Merch! Join us on Discord to share your ideas and feedbackSupport the show
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