Voices for Peace: A Town Hall Meeting
The Town Hall Meeting features the groundbreaking visit of 12 Jews, Muslims, and Christians from Jerusalem who are in Pittsburgh to garner better personal understanding and an interfaith dialogue for peace in the Middle East.
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