US Muslim Teenagers Lead March Against Police Brutality

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The death of George Floyd has brought many American Muslims to the frontline, joining the fight against racism and supporting the call for justice.


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In Milwaukee, teenagers Dana Sharqawi and Sumaya Abdi brought people together at the Islamic Society of Milwaukee on Wednesday, June 3, to remember George Floyd and to protest police violence.

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“Our religion tells us that if one part of your body’s in pain, then the whole body’s in pain,” said Abdi, now 19 and a student at UW-Madison, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. 

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