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July 1, 2000 | Associated Press
Worshipers wearing a rainbow of saris, robes and yarmulkes filed into a hall at Carnegie Mellon University, clapping and singing in praise of the world's religions. As drums beat, the 225 participants from six continents celebrated their own faiths and reached out to other believers in the signing of the United Religions Initiative Charter calling for religious cooperation. It includes prohibitions on aggressive recruitment.
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July 1, 2000 | Associated Press
Worshipers wearing a rainbow of saris, robes and yarmulkes filed into a hall at Carnegie Mellon University, clapping and singing in praise of the world's religions. As drums beat, the 225 participants from six continents celebrated their own faiths and reached out to other believers in the signing of the United Religions Initiative Charter calling for religious cooperation. It includes prohibitions on aggressive recruitment.
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June 24, 2000 | LARRY B. STAMMER
After years of preparation, the dream of the Rt. Rev. William Swing of San Francisco to organize a kind of religious United Nations will take a step forward Monday. In colorful ceremonies at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, hundreds of delegates from around the world will sign the United Religions Initiative's charter.
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