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Cambridge interfaith group talks race

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By Vivian Nereim
Globe Correspondent / August 3, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - While Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. spoke on Martha’s Vineyard yesterday in his first public appearance since the White House meeting following his arrest at his home two weeks ago, members of Cambridge religious communities gathered for an interfaith service dedicated to opening a positive dialogue about race. (Full article: 789 words)

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