During the month of Ramadan — which began in June — Muslims around the world fast and devote themselves to spiritual reflection and obedience. This year, Muslims with the nonprofit charity Islamic Relief USA have driven to cities across the country to distribute food to families in need — including members of the Goshute Tribe in western Utah, where “unemployment and lack of income have created generational poverty,” according to a news release from Islamic Relief USA.

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