At a time when the United States feels more divided than ever, a group of people in Omaha, Neb., are bringing people of different backgrounds together. Almost "smack in the center of America," as the Today Show reports, "there's a synagogue, a mosque and a church." The experiment in unity, named the Tri-Faith Initiative, also unveiled a new interfaith center on Oct. 17, 2020. The hope is to learn about the "religious other," become more tolerant and less fearful. "We're talking about celebrating each other's faith and becoming stronger in our own faith by doing so," said Dr. Ali Khan, University of Nebraska Medical Center's dean of College of Public Health.

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