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Cambridge Rindge and Latin rallies to begin healing

High school senior Shakhi Begum walked from her mosque Sunday afternoon to a rally for Cambridge Rindge and Latin School students, alumni, and other community members affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.

She had just read an e-mail a Christian supporter sent the mosque, the Islamic Society of Boston on Prospect Street, from which Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was ejected twice after outbursts. A line from the message resonated with Begum. She wrote it on a path near the rally in pink and green chalk: “We don’t have to see eye to eye to hold hand in hand.”

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