Many international cultures were represented Saturday at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark’s second-annual cultural heritage fair. Groups representing Indian, Iranian, Indonesian, African, Irish, Caribbean and other cultures performed songs and dances. Meanwhile, participants could sample traditional foods and learn about the art, clothing and customs of other countries. “So much in the world separates us,” emcee Jan Owens said, “but we’re here to celebrate diversity.”

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