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MeckMin to hold ‘listening session’ on faith and race

MeckMin, a Charlotte nonprofit representing nearly 100 local congregations, will sponsor a potluck dinner to examine “the intersection of interfaith understanding and race.”

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MeckMin, a Charlotte nonprofit representing nearly 100 local congregations, will sponsor a potluck dinner to examine “the intersection of interfaith understanding and race.”

The event will be held Monday, Oct. 17, at South Charlotte Meetinghouse, 5815 Carmel Rd.

The event, described as a “listening session,” will include “ample opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas on what Mecklenburg’s Interfaith Network should do in pursuit of interfaith harmony,” the organization said in a press release.

Participants are encouraged to bring a dish that has meaning or purpose in their faith tradition or family.

Visit the MeckMin website to register.

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