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Civil rights activist who met MLK and Nelson Mandela retires after 48 years as Stamford pastor

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STAMFORD — Nearly 50 years after becoming Union Baptist Church’s pastor, the Rev. Robert Perry said he is ready for a new venture: retirement.

Over Perry’s decades-long tenure, the church



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