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Dromm and merchants honor 9/11 victims in Jackson Heights

Councilman Daniel Dromm (c.) is joined by (l. to r.) SUKHI President Shazia Kausar, SUKHI member Fatima Baryab and SUKHI founder Agha Saleh. Photo courtesy Daniel Dromm
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City Councilman Daniel Dromm, the Muslim merchants of the 37th Road Diversity Plaza in Jackson Heights and Social Uplift Knowledge and Hope Initiatives NY held a candlelight vigil for those killed on 9/11. In a show of solidarity, businesses owners dimmed their lights and placed flowers along the plaza.

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