Norwood neighborhood residents stand up to Islamophobia

Some Muslim residents living in the Norwood neighborhood are standing up to Islamophobia.



Members of the area's Muslim community take part in weekly meetings about how to better their community.



Additionally, signs line windows in the neighborhood that say "Standing with Muslims Against Islamophobia and Racism."



Community members say the signs and meetings give them hope that one day they will no longer have to live in fear.


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