In this October 27, 2009 file photograph, Joshua DuBois, center, and Eboo Patel, right, the Pentecostal and Muslim leaders for President Barack Obama's faith-based initiative, tour Gads Hill Center, with Director of Youth & Community Services Barbara De La Casa, far left, and Teen Connection Coordinator Christina Rodriguez, in Pilsen, Illinois. (Michael Tercha/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
In this October 27, 2009 file photograph, Joshua DuBois, center, and Eboo Patel, right, the Pentecostal and Muslim leaders for President Barack Obama's faith-based initiative, tour Gads Hill Center, with Director of Youth & Community Services Barbara De La Casa, far left, and Teen Connection Coordinator Christina Rodriguez, in Pilsen, Illinois. (Michael Tercha/Chicago Tribune/MCT) MCT
In this October 27, 2009 file photograph, Joshua DuBois, center, and Eboo Patel, right, the Pentecostal and Muslim leaders for President Barack Obama's faith-based initiative, tour Gads Hill Center, with Director of Youth & Community Services Barbara De La Casa, far left, and Teen Connection Coordinator Christina Rodriguez, in Pilsen, Illinois. (Michael Tercha/Chicago Tribune/MCT) MCT

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