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Thank you to the citizens of Senate District 38 for placing your trust in me to represent you in Raleigh. I am grateful to you and all of our supporters for making this possible.

Our committees will allow us to take our voices from the classroom and courtroom to the halls of the North Carolina General Assembly.

We have a lot of information that we will be sharing with the district and community at large.

Please remain engaged in the process and I look forward to making you proud.

Thank you,

Sen. Mujtaba A. Mohammed

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In response to President Trump’s racist tweets attacking four American congresswomen of color, telling them to “go back” to the “places from which they came,”​​ I'm sharing a clip with you and a message for President Trump.

Mr. President, there is no such thing as "going back to where you came from", there is only going forward, together. This great country, this American experience belongs to all of us.

In #Election2020 let us restore decency to the Office of the President of the United States. #YouBelong #WeBelong 🇺🇸
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#ICE Raids: Know Your Rights. Share and learn more by visiting: www.wehaverights.us/
#Charlotte #Immigration
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An angle we rarely see of Uptown #Charlotte. Whenever I feel discouraged in Raleigh, my many years of advocacy for countless individuals and children in these buildings reminds me why I serve in the NC Senate every single day. 🏡 ❤️ #Charlotte

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Stay tuned, folks - this one is important to follow. North Carolina deserves #FairMamps for equal representation in our Democratic process. #ncpol #ncga

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The trope that PoCs should go “back to where you came from” is plain fascism.

To the kids who get bullied, get called “dirty,” & “ugly,” get told your home cooked lunch “smells”— who just watched their President echo that: I’m so sorry.

This IS your country. You belong. ✊🏽

.@PeteWilliamsNBC reports: DOJ formally announces it will no longer fight the census issue.

From the Department of Justice: "Accordingly, the Department will promptly inform the courts that the Government will not include a citizenship question on the 2020 decennial census.”

We must reduce the stigma around #mentalhealth and encourage everyone to seek help. Justin Perry a clinician and my friend points out that kids have the capacity for more of this work."WE as adults have to support them in creating the space in creating cultural change."

An angle we rarely see of Uptown #Charlotte. Whenever I feel discouraged in Raleigh, my many years of advocacy for countless individuals and children in these buildings reminds me why I serve in the NC Senate every single day. ❤️ #Charlotte #ncpol @MeckCourts @MeckSheriff @CLTgov

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