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Sen. Fraser Anning of the far-right Katter's Australian Party makes his maiden speech in the Senate chamber at Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday. Mick Tsikas/Australian Associated Press via Reuters hide caption

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Lindsey Reisser, 25, and her fiance Carl Thomas, 25, bring flowers to the site her friend Heather Heyer died last year at the Unite the Right rally. "Heather was a very close friend of mine," she said weeping. "I asked her not to go. It didn't feel right, there was tension in Charlottesville." Carol Guzy for NPR hide caption

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Congregants stand and pray, at the end of the Sunday service at Tapestry Church, an newly, and intentionally, multi-ethnic church. Sandhya Dirks/KQED hide caption

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Integrating Sunday Morning Church Service — A Prayer Answered

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Fresh Fest co-founders Day Bracey (left) and Mike Potter (right) visit with Chris Harris, owner of Black Frog Brewery in Holland, Ohio, near Toledo. Jeff Zoet/Courtesy Day Bracey hide caption

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