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Light shines through new stained-glass windows with a theme of racial justice during an unveiling and dedication ceremony at the Washington National Cathedral for the windows on Saturday, Sept. 23 in Washington.
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The windows, titled "Now and Forever," were created by artist Kerry James Marshall. It showcases a group of protesters holding up large signs that read "Fairness" and "No Foul Play."
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