CAIR-NY Condemns Hate Crime Targeting Black Woman Jogger in Queens

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CAIR-NY: "The alleged perpetrator, a white woman seen on witness video, reportedly assaulted a Black jogger in Queens...the assailant threw a glass bottle at the unsuspecting jogger while yelling at her to “go back to Africa n****r.”
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The New York chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NY), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, Wednesday condemned a hate crime targeting an African-American woman in Queens, N.Y., on August 17.

The alleged perpetrator, a white woman seen on witness video, reportedly assaulted a Black jogger in Queens. Video and reports show that the assailant threw a glass bottle at the unsuspecting jogger while yelling at her to “go back to Africa n****r.”

In a statement, CAIR-NY Legal Director Ahmed Mohamed stated:

“We vehemently condemn this revolting action allegedly committed by this hateful individual and welcome the NYPD’s hate crime investigation into this incident. All New Yorkers deserve a safe, hate free city.”

CAIR-NY and the American Muslim community stand in solidarity with those actively challenging anti-Black racism, Islamophobia, anti-Semitism, and white supremacy.

CAIR-NY is a chapter of America’s largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization.

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