Reconciliation conference called a wonderful success

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A memorial walk for Sam Hose and the Cranford family was the final event of this weekend's conference of the Alliance for Truth and Racial Reconciliation. 

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL
sarah@newnan.com
This weekend’s “Gathering” conference of the Alliance for Truth and Reconciliation was a wonderful success and a very moving event, said Suzanne Minarcine of Coweta County, who was responsible for bringing the event to Newnan.
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