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In Rainy Weather, #GiveSevenDays Walk Draws a Crowd

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The participants started the Peace Walk at the Jewish Community Center and ended at the Church of the Resurrection in Overland Park. Promoting peace and diversity, SevenDays is a week-long commemoration of the victims of the shooting at the Jewish Community Center on April 13, 2014. Reporter Cara McClain, a student at the Missouri School of Journalism, produced this Storify.
This story is part of the KCPT and Hale Center for Journalism project Beyond Belief, a series of stories and discussions about faith in our city. The project is part of Localore: Finding America, created by AIR, a Boston-based network of independent public media producers. Principle funding comes from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Watch for a discussion about the SevenDays celebration on this week’s “Week in Review” program with Nick Haines, this Friday, 7:30pm, on KCPT.

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