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'Same kind of different' 

To raise local consciousness about the homeless and raise funds for its mission, Interfaith Hospitality Network of Little Rock is hosting Denver Moore and Ron Hall, authors of “Same Kind of Different As Me,” for commentary, questions and answers, and book signings at 7 p.m. on April 17 at First Baptist Church, 62 Pleasant Valley Drive. Tickets are $25; more than 800 tickets have been sold.

Floyd Carrethers, a former guest of the network, will give a testimonial.

For tickets or additional information, call 372-0733 or check out the “Big Event” on www.ihn-lr.org. More information on Moore and Hall and their journey to confront homelessness is available at www.samekindofdifferentasme.com.

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