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Letter to the editor: Iowa City Council candidate Mazahir Salih’s commitment to justice is inspiring


Mazahir Salih speaks to supporters at Robert A Lee recreation center. Monday, March 6, 2017. — photo by Zak Neumann

By Jake McCulley

I know her through my volunteer work at the Center for Worker Justice of Eastern Iowa. What astonishes me about Mazahir Salih is her endless capacity to listen critically, and to take seriously the thoughts and emotions of everyone she comes into contact with, including voices which are too often ignored. I encourage all your readers to join me on Nov. 7 in voting for Mazahir Salih.


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