Franklin D Roosevelt speaks about unity of people and insists on respect for religious communities in the United States.
United States USA Date:1936, February 23 Duration:5 min 16 sec Sound:Yes
United States President Franklin D Roosevelt makes a radio address on Brotherhood Day or Sabbath Day in the United States. He says that people can meet today as Americans not as protestants or catholics or Jews. He states that this is the day on which people can dedicate themselves not to the things which divide but to the things which unite them. He states that there is respect for all religious communities. He mentions the need for people to stand together beyond religious beliefs. He states that there is a need for revival of the spirit of religion. He says that Brotherhood Day can help achieve these goals.
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