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The University of Maryland's chapter of Muslims Without Borders is bringing
“Baltimore, We Love You” to the Stamp Student Union. Be there TUESDAY *October
2nd* in the *ATRIUM*. Doors open at 7PM.


https://www.facebook.com/events/139795576166614<https://www.facebook.com/events/139795576166614/?ref=notif&notif_t=plan_user_joined>

See the trailer here: http://vimeo.com/44215273****

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“Baltimore, We Love You” is a documentary-action project that serves to
highlight those being undermined through poverty in Baltimore city, using
documentary film and the internet. The purpose of this project is to create
a stark relationship between ordinary citizens and those that often go
unnoticed and by giving them a voice rather than defining them as a bare
statistic. By giving the mic to individuals who are actually challenged by
difficult settings, we humanize the trials they face. As one of Amnesty
International USA’s 12 Organizing Cities and Roosevelt Institute’s Think
2040 projects, BWLY platforms the city and initiates a public dialogue with
the use of film and social media.

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-Aisha Hussain

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