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JOLEEN G. MEREDITH:
Where Can I Turn for Peace?
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Interfaith Dialogue: Being Good Neighbors
It's no secret that Utah is the only state in the nation with a population overwhelmingly dominated by a single religious denomination. This presents a unique challenge for members of both the Latter-day Saint majority and all the various minority groups, whether they be people of faith or otherwise. Just how might Utahns interact as good neighbors? Not just decent neighbors--really and truly good neighbors. We'll explore the dimensions of interfaith dialogue in this TA panel discussion with guests Robert Millett, Roger Keller, and Camille Fronk-Olson.—Original airdate: 9/22/2006

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