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In Charlottesville, Religious Leaders Try To Comfort Residents

In Virginia, religious leaders are trying to comfort their congregations and address the complicated racial tensions facing the city.

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In Charlottesville, Religious Leaders Try To Comfort Residents

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A Reformed White Nationalist Speaks Out On Charlottesville

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