What do you get when you take four religious leaders from four different faiths, and put them together in a room to discuss issues?
You don't necessarily get a lot of common ground, but that's not really their objective. They are more interested in higher ground.
Sitting around a table at the downtown office of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Rev. Joseph Roberts, Jr., Rev. Joanna Adams, Rabbi Alvin Sugarman, and Imam Plemon al-Amin, represent more than a century of this city's spiritual leadership and experience known as the higher ground group.
"To hear the variety of very thoughtful responses of what's happening is something that I hope the whole entire metropolitan area can have an opportunity to hear," said Alicia Philipp of the Community Foundation.
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