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How to counter hate speech in Michigan

Protesters prevented some attendees from reaching Spencer’s event, and police made several arrests, but a broad coalition of civic and religious organizations had a different kind of counter-protest in mind.

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Blessing the business of a refugee in Kalamazoo

An interfaith gathering of residents and religious congregations blessed the opening of Congolese refugee Ndoole Mamboleo’s new tailoring business in Kalamazoo, MI, on Sunday afternoon. MLive.com reports:

Nearly 100 residents and members of area religious congregations attended a interfaith service Sunday to bless the new ZAFAM Tailoring and Sewing Center in Kalamazoo. The center will provide custom tailoring and sewing machine repairs, also acting as a place for refugees to learn a craft that can sustain their families.

“It had talents […]

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