Religion and Social Marginalization in Zimbabwe

@inproceedings{Togarasei2020ReligionAS,
  title={Religion and Social Marginalization in Zimbabwe},
  author={Lovemore Togarasei and Tarisayi Andrea Chimuka and Philemon T. Chikafu and Roy. Musasiwa and Francis Machingura and Nyasha Madzokere and Kudzai Biri and Clive Tendai Zimunya and Joyline Gwara and Shoorai Konyana and Clemence Makamure and Ezra. Chitando and Dudzai Chimeri and Macloud Sipeyiye and Tenson Muyambo and Bernard Pindukai Humbe and Elias G. Konyana and Richard S. Maposa and Lovemore Ndlovu and Canisius Mwandayi and Vengesayi Chimininge},
  year={2020}
}
Marginalization means being disregarded, ostracized, harassed, disliked, persecuted, or generally looked down upon. Marginalized people often include women and children, the poor, the disabled, sexual, religious, or ethnic minorities, refugees. The marginalized are those who are socially, politically, culturally, or economically excluded from main-stream society. In history, the Church in Zimbabwe has played a role in improving the lives of the marginalized, but what is religion, especially… 
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