LU hosts day on religious freedom

Fear and misunderstanding may drive a wedge between religious views.

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In Central Missouri, religious and educational leaders have joined together to host a conversation about religious freedom.

The evident question: “To what extent can all religions practice freely in the United States?”

The First Amendment Symposium will be held 1-9 p.m. Thursday at Martin Luther King Hall on the Lincoln University campus.

The Capital Area Interfaith Alliance and Lincoln University partnered for the CROP Walk for world hunger in October.

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