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CAIR-Minnesota Condemns Racist COVID-19 Note Left On an Asian-American Couple's Door

CAIR-Minnesota Condemns Racist COVID-19 Note Left On an Asian-American Couple's Door (MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 3/28/20) – The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Minnesota) today condemns a racist COVID-19 note left on an Asian-American couple's door in Woodbury.

The couple found an anonymous letter taped to their door reading, “We’re watching you [expletives]. take the chinese virus back to china. We don’t want you ... infecting us with your diseases!!!!!!!!!!” The note was signed, “your friendly neighbors.”
SEE: Asian-Americans in Minnesota face insults, hostility during virus outbreakhttps://www.startribune.com/local-asian-americans-face-insults-hostility/569178982/?refresh=trueRacist COVID-19 Note Left On Metro Couple's Doorhttps://minnesota.cbslocal.com/video/4495884-racist-covid-19-note-left-on-metro-couples-door/

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CAIR-Minnesota Calls for Hate Crime Probe of Vandalism Targeting Mosque, Muslim Business

CAIR-Minnesota Calls for Hate Crime Probe of Vandalism Targeting Mosque, Muslim Business

(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 3/5/20) – The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Minnesota) today called on law enforcement authorities to investigate a possible vandalism targeting Masjid Al Nur and a Muslim-owned business in Minneapolis. On Thursday morning, similar hate messages -- including "F**** Allah” -- were found spay-painted at each site. 

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PUBLIC ALLY 10-month Apprenticeship YOUTH EMPOWERMENT SPECIALIST

YOUTH EMPOWERMENT specialist

Public Allies Twin Cities is the local site of the National Non-Profit Public Allies. Public Allies delivers a 10-month Apprenticeship program in which participants learn leadership within a Social Justice Framework, work within a local nonprofit to build their capacity to best serve their constituents, and take the lead in a service project to develop their people and project management skills.Public Allies is an AmeriCorps program and all participants register as AmeriCorps service members making them eligible for a $6,000 education benefit, mental health resources, and if needed health benefits through the Corps network!We build the wave of leaders. Join the movement!

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