Enas Almadhwahi, an immigration outreach organizer for the Arab American Association of New York, stands for a photo along Fifth Avenue in the Bay Ridge neighborhood of Brooklyn, in New York. After the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States, she says, “Everything feels like it’s upside down. ... I still like to hope Trump will change his words about Muslims.”
Enas Almadhwahi, an immigration outreach organizer for the Arab American Association of New York, stands for a photo along Fifth Avenue in the Bay Ridge neighborhood of Brooklyn, in New York. After the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States, she says, “Everything feels like it’s upside down. ... I still like to hope Trump will change his words about Muslims.” Julie Jacobson AP
Enas Almadhwahi, an immigration outreach organizer for the Arab American Association of New York, stands for a photo along Fifth Avenue in the Bay Ridge neighborhood of Brooklyn, in New York. After the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States, she says, “Everything feels like it’s upside down. ... I still like to hope Trump will change his words about Muslims.” Julie Jacobson AP
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