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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.

Phil Morrison, who has performed in China and Japan, on bass.
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.
Pianist/composer Ronald Zack, who is an accompanist for Fred Cole, brother of Nat King Cole, a renowned jazz singer.
International touring/recording artist Neal Itzler, who teaches at Berklee College of Music, on guitar.
Retired Berklee College of Music Professor David Weigert, who has performed in Argentina, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Greece and Spain, on drums.
Isabel Miranda on guitar and Emmanuel Lopes on Cajon, translated to a Spanish drum.

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