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HuffingtonPost inter-faith series on #BlackLivesMatter kicks off

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The Huffington Post is running a new inter-faith series on #BlackLivesMatter, starting with The Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D., who writes a moving first-hand account of her thoughts and observations following the news that a 7th church was burning.

Rev. Lewis shares the call to action of her friend, a Muslim leader, in trying to make sense of these tragedies. She connects these contemporary issues with her personal story, and shares how her parents, who lived […]

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