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Audio Chats February 19, 2013
Freedom from racism and sectarianism
Live audio chat with Leide Lessa, C.S.B.
Leide says that we are not strangers to each other because we are brothers and sisters, children of the same Father-Mother God. We are spiritual, and, therefore, our experiences with each other can only be loving because God is Love.
During this lively chat she answers questions about racism toward children and adults, age discrimination, and bias against those who need social services help. She offers ideas about how to help people with different racial and cultural backgrounds work together peacefully. She also responds to questions about illegal immigrants and racial bias toward the American President.
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