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The Christian Science Monitor
Violence has the tendency to beget violence. It is not a healer, the resolver of conflict, or an aid to progress. Knowing this, community leaders and religious figures throughout the Los Angeles area called for calm and peace after the recent riots.
Defusing racial tensions and healing long-standing social inequities require attention. Many groups, along with government agencies, will work at this problem. But what can you or I do as individuals? What can we do right now?
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