GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – The Islamic Society of Greenville organized a rally in downtown Greenville in support of refugees and immigrants.
One City Plaza was packed Saturday with hundreds of people. Protesters chanted “No Hate, No Fear, No Ban!” after multiple speakers from different religions and different parts of the community took the stage.
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