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Houston Students Visualize a Tolerant Society; Unveil Mural at MOCAH

A two-month mural project aimed at visualizing “a religiously and culturally tolerant society” made by 24 students from Houston area middle and high schools was unveiled last week at the Museum of Cultural Arts, Houston. The project was a joint venture between MOCAH and the Boniuk Center for Religious Tolerance at Rice University. The mural is the capstone project for The Boniuk Center’s 2nd Annual Sacred Sites Quest, a program for middle and high school students that aims to enhance religious literacy, while promoting interfaith dialogue.

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