Building a Human Wall of Compassion

Approximately 65 people surrounded the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center on Saturday in a silent show of support for Muslim people. Called the ‘Human Wall of Compassion,’ the show of unity was evident in the signs of protesters and in the diversity of attendees. According to the Facebook event, the goal was to “show solidarity with our Muslim brothers and sisters during Dhuhr (midday prayer). ”


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Carolyn Komatsoulis is the head photo editor of the Quad, an aspiring political and investigative reporter, and most importantly, an aspiring dog owner. She loves telling stories, meeting new people, and informing the world what the best places to eat are.

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