More than 300 tour religious facilities in Greensboro

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- More than 300 people gathered in Greensboro this weekend for the National Conference for Community and Justice 2012 Interfaith Tour.

The tour is described as an afternoon of interfaith education and dialogue at houses of worship.  Those who took part on Sunday visited various religious centers, including a Jewish synagogue, a Catholic church and a Muslim mosque.

According to a news release from an NCCJ spokesperson, the tour aims to promote “understanding and respect among all cultures, races and religions.”

The tour was free and open to the public.  For more information on similar events, visit by clicking here.