Learning About Religious Tolerance

Mending nation to nation relations is a daunting task for any country administration, but it's one a few kids with a few big dreams are tackling one trip overseas at a time. At a car wash in the city of Greenville Saturday teens weren't just dealing with suds, they were also breaking up stereo types, and cleaning away religious prejudice between Northern Ireland Protestants and American Catholics. The project is called Ulsters, and in 26 states across America, teens are being brought in from Ireland to the world melting pot to saturate themselves in religious tolerance. The car wash was a fundraiser for the Ulster Project, and other related foreign exchange projects. The 10-teen Greenville group is seeking financial help from local businesses and the community.