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Spiritual Life

Sowing hope from our racial past

By Rich Barlow
May 21, 2005

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In the late 1990s, on a visit from Washington, D.C., Imam Mahdi Bray said he and a colleague in a fancy car were pulled over by a police officer outside Cambridge. The imam, an official with the Washington-based Muslim American Society, said that he questioned why the men had been stopped and that tempers detonated. (Full article: 730 words)

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