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The Rev. Charles T. Tripp finds the recent months of election-oriented exchanges between many groups nationwide more damaging than beneficial — and a sign of a lack of decorum.
"We need to get back to a civil ground where we have not necessarily the same opinion, but a sense of mutual respect so we can speak transparently to one another without abhorrent and destructive words," he said.
The 66-year-old Indianapolis pastor and artist will deliver that message at the annual banquet of the Columbus/Bartholomew County Area Branch of the NAACP Thursday at City Hall.
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