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It seems in America today we’re divided in a million ways. By politics. By religion. By race. But projects like this show there is hope and power in coming together.

On this edition of the Daily Detroit Happy Hour podcast, we’re inside what was historically known at the Temple Beth El on Woodward Avenue talking to Pastor Aramis Hinds of the Breakers Covenant Church International and Rabbi Ariana Silverman of the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue.

They’re part of a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a beautiful, 55,000 square foot Albert Kahn building on Woodward that is not only going to be a multi-religious gather space, but a center for the community.

Of course, if you enjoyed this episode of the podcast, don’t forget to subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher Radio. We also have the plain old RSS feed here. 

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