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April 5, 2013 12:38 AM

Jessie Barth fosters human harmony with Rodgers and Hammerstein sing-along

Bringing together 50 or more strangers with different beliefs into one room may not seem like a good idea if the purpose is mainly to talk, especially if the conversation includes sensitive topics such as politics and religion. But when the talking is replaced with music and singing, the concept is not about what divides people, but rather what unites them.

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