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Winkler, general secretary of the United Methodist General Board of Church and Society; and Ani Zonneveld, president of Muslims for Progressive Values.
Sara Farooqi of the Muslims for Progressive Values organization noted in the organization's newsletter: "As my plane landed back in Pittsburgh and I trudged back home through the snow, I contemplated the word Musawah, equality.
Pamela Taylor, a convert to Islam and the cofounder of Muslims for Progressive Values, based in Los Angeles, led the prayer.