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Community gathers at JCC for service of unity and hope

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After the shootings that killed three people and are being investigated as a hate crime, over one thousand people gathered for an interfaith service Thursday, April 17 in Overland Park, Kan. at the Jewish Community Center where some of the violence took place.

People of many faiths from across the community filled the White Theater and two overflow rooms to hear the remarks of local religious leaders and United States Attorney General Eric Holder.

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