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Racial Amity Day united all cultures through jazz performances

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  Mayor Gary Christenson declared the second Sunday in June as racial amity day during a jazz concert at the Senior Center on Sunday afternoon. Racial amity is uniting all cultures, despite differences.

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Phil Morrison, who has performed in China and Japan, on bass.
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Event Organizer David Weigert gave the welcoming address.
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Sarah Hemingway performed a sung prayer, “Is there any remover of difficulties?”
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Mayor Gary Christenson, who emphasized the diversity in the city, read a proclamation, declaring the second Sunday in June as racial amity day.
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Mayor Gary Christenson issued a proclamation to bass player/composer Phil Morrison, who recorded songs with Fred Cole, brother of jazz singer Nat King Cole.
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Pianist/composer Ronald Zack, who is an accompanist for Fred Cole, brother of Nat King Cole, a renowned jazz singer.
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International touring/recording artist Neal Itzler, who teaches at Berklee College of Music, on guitar.
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Retired Berklee College of Music Professor David Weigert, who has performed in Argentina, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Greece and Spain, on drums.
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Isabel Miranda on guitar and Emmanuel Lopes on Cajon, translated to a Spanish drum.
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