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    The Rev. Norma Patterson works hard to bring jobs to East St. Louis and surrounding communities, sometimes by giving politicians heck. She recently became president of the United Congregations of Metro East. Social justice, housing and spreading the faith are her daily tasks.

The Rev. Norma Patterson works hard to bring jobs to East St. Louis and surrounding communities, sometimes by giving politicians heck. She recently became president of the United Congregations of Metro East. Social justice, housing and spreading the faith are her daily tasks. bweisenstein@bnd.com
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