Minneapolis Hip Hop and rap artist and humanitarian Brother Ali discusses the importance of Day of Dignity with the Star Tribune:

“As important as the social ramifications could be on the religious end, Ali said the two things he thinks are most relevant about Day of Dignity is: a) It will bring outsiders into north Minneapolis ‘and prove to them that it’s not a scary place, but a great community,’ Ali said; and b) Instead of raising money to hand out later to a charity, the do-gooder work will actually be taking place right there at the party. There will be free health-care servicers on hand, along with free meals, winter clothing, health and hygiene kits, school supplies and a lot more for needy residents. That side of the party is being organized by Al-Maa’uun Community Outreach and Islamic Relief USA.”

 

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