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Over the past nine months, four Muslim men have been killed in the city of Albuquerque, NM--the most recent killing happening this past Friday. Authorities now believe the deaths “are connected and meant to target the Muslim community.” https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/07/us/muslim-killings-albuquerque.html

⁦@dviyer⁩ in ⁦@NPR⁩ from Oak Creek: “There has been a tremendous growth in solidarity, not just in words, but in practice and actions." Iyer says that solidarity is something the survivors of the massacre have modeled throughout the past decade https://www.npr.org/2022/08/05/1115931555/remembering-the-oak-creek-killings-a-harbinger-of-white-supremacist-violence

10 years ago, a white supremacist opened fire at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. Seven beloved community members died.

Our colleague @dviyer is joining the community in Oak Creek tonight and this weekend. #RememberOakCreek https://www.npr.org/2022/08/05/1115859432/community-members-remember-the-massacre-at-a-sikh-temple-in-wisconsin

Recent Tweets

Over the past nine months, four Muslim men have been killed in the city of Albuquerque, NM--the most recent killing happening this past Friday. Authorities now believe the deaths “are connected and meant to target the Muslim community.” https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/07/us/muslim-killings-albuquerque.html

⁦@dviyer⁩ in ⁦@NPR⁩ from Oak Creek: “There has been a tremendous growth in solidarity, not just in words, but in practice and actions." Iyer says that solidarity is something the survivors of the massacre have modeled throughout the past decade https://www.npr.org/2022/08/05/1115931555/remembering-the-oak-creek-killings-a-harbinger-of-white-supremacist-violence

10 years ago, a white supremacist opened fire at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. Seven beloved community members died.

Our colleague @dviyer is joining the community in Oak Creek tonight and this weekend. #RememberOakCreek https://www.npr.org/2022/08/05/1115859432/community-members-remember-the-massacre-at-a-sikh-temple-in-wisconsin

Today we #RememberOakCreek, the deadliest massacre of Sikhs on U.S. soil ever. Seven beloved community members were killed.

Too many Americans don’t remember Oak Creek. Join @RevLoveProject + @sikh_coalition to learn the story + take action http://RememberOakCreek.org.

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