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SALT LAKE CITY | Wednesday, 01 June 2016 |

Our differences have more meaning when they enter into conversation with other differences. Otherwise, we get stuck in our own social cloisters. When we engage with the broader community we discover that we don’t have to resemble others to respect others. 



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