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Interfaith leaders in Portland are following in the path of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by forming a “Beloved Community of Oregon” organization to bring people together. Clergy from the group gathered last January for a silent march and mediation to respond to a new era of hate speech, hate crimes and racial profiling

Interfaith leaders in Portland are following in the path of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by forming a “Beloved Community of Oregon” organization to bring people together. Clergy from the group gathered last January for a silent march and mediation to respond to a new era of hate speech, hate crimes and racial profiling

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Bringing People Together

Interfaith group inspired by MLK

Influenced by the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who promoted love, respect, and justice, a group of local religious leaders of different faiths, known as the Beloved Community of Oregon, is now hosting monthly meetings for the public in an effort to bring people together.