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Wednesday’s clergy walk ended with the Rev. Dwayne Walker (with microphone), pastor of Little Rock AME Zion Church, leading the group in singing “This Little Light of Mine,” a traditional folk ballad long popular with faith-based protesters. Also shown (L to R): Ayya Bhikkhuni Sudhamma of the Charlotte Buddhist Vihara and the Rev. John Cleghorn of Caldwell Presbyterian Church. Tim Funk
Wednesday’s clergy walk ended with the Rev. Dwayne Walker (with microphone), pastor of Little Rock AME Zion Church, leading the group in singing “This Little Light of Mine,” a traditional folk ballad long popular with faith-based protesters. Also shown (L to R): Ayya Bhikkhuni Sudhamma of the Charlotte Buddhist Vihara and the Rev. John Cleghorn of Caldwell Presbyterian Church. Tim Funk

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