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    The Rev. Larry Weeks of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Portland, the Rev. Jane Field, executive director of the Maine Council of Churches, and the Rev. Todd Glacy of Sacred Sound and Living focus on their hearts as representatives from more than 25 faith traditions and community groups stand shoulder to shoulder at the Woodbury Campus Center at the University of Southern Maine to say "no" to hatred and violence in Maine and elsewhere, on Wednesday.

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    Ashok Nalamalapu pauses in silence while the Rev. Christina Sillari of First Parish Portland speaks at the Woodbury Campus Center at USM at a gathering of representatives of many faith traditions on Wednesday.

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    Representatives from more than 25 faith traditions and community groups stand shoulder to shoulder to share expressions of support at the University of Southern Maine in Portland on Wednesday.

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    The Rev. Carolyn Lambert of Woodfords Congregational Church speaks as representatives from more than 25 faith traditions and community groups gather to show support for inclusiveness at the University of Southern Maine on Wednesday.

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    The Rev. Todd Glacy, of Sacred Sound and Living, performs his song "We Are One" as representatives from more than 25 faith traditions and community groups gather at the University of Southern Maine to share expressions of support Wednesday.

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