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Killings Of Muslim Students Spark Awakening

Farris Barakat and friends have been converting a house his late brother Deah owned near downtown Raleigh into a community center.
REEMA KHRAIS
Farris Barakat and friends have been converting a house his late brother Deah owned near downtown Raleigh into a community center. REEMA KHRAIS

It’s been a year since the murder of three Muslim-American students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Since then, their families have been working to reshape the narrative around Muslims in America. Jorge Valencia from the Here & Now contributor network WUNC reports.

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