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20080310impact1On March 10, 2008, the Interfaith Movement Promoting Action by
Congregations Together (IMPACT)
held its second annual Nehemiah Action
assembly at University Hall in Charlottesville.

According to IMPACT officials, over 1,900 members from twenty-eight
church congregations were present. They gathered to obtain public
commitments from local healthcare agencies and from local government
officials to address a lack of adult dental care and the need for affordable housing.

For a timeline and thorough rundown of what happened, visit Charlottesville Tomorrow.

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