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Topic - Tina Ramirez
Religious leaders and activists from a variety of faiths called for tolerance of one another and said the U.S. government should step up efforts to fight faith-based discrimination and persecution around the world.
"There is no real definition of religious freedom around the world," said Tina Ramirez, director of international relations of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, who recommends that the State Department effectively, fearlessly articulate some exacting parameters, and for a global audience.
"I certainly do not look at my children and say, 'I tolerate you' or 'I think we can coexist,' " she said.