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By Donald Lambro
The president writes off jobless Americans who have given up
Topic - Thomas A. Barclay
For two Pentecostal organizations, 11 a.m. Sunday no longer will be the most segregated hour in America.
Mr. Barclay said he began thinking about the racial divide as a boy visiting predominantly white Chicago parishes with his father, who was a pastor.
"The wonderful thing about us coming together is we already have your name," he said to chuckles among the crowd.