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On a bustling retail strip in Koreatown, a fellowship of Los Angeles activists declared their solidarity Friday with the Muslim community, which has suffered the brunt of Trump administration policies that ban refugees and immigrants from seven countries where the majority of the population follow the Islamic faith.

The rally near the Islamic Center of Southern California included representatives of groups known for advocating for their respective communities – whether it be Hispanic, Jewish, Bangladeshi, Korean or other affinities – but have long supported each other behind the scenes.

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