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New York City Stands Up for Muslim New Yorkers

By Carmelyn P. Malalis, Nisha Agarwal, and Marco A. Carrión Xenophobic rhetoric has reached a fever pitch in recent months. Across the country, Muslim, immigrant, and refugee communities have become targets for hateful speech and even hateful acts. In New York City, we do not and will not accept hatred, violence, or discrimination of any kind. Now more than ever, we stand united as one City and reject hate and fear in all its forms.
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