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Breaking Down Walls: A Model for Reconciliation in an Age of Racial Strife

by Glen Kehrein

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Inspirational and Life changining. Love the format of heaing both voices speak ( )
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RALEIGH WASHINGTON is the senior pastor of Rock of Our Salvation Church and acting vice-president of reconciliation for Promise keepers. GLEN KEHREIN is the executive director of Circle Urban Ministries in Chicago.

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