Halil Demir, Executive Director of Zakat Foundation of America, received the Aichana Abeid Boilil award by the Abolition Institute to recognize his work in fighting modern day practices of slavery. The award was given in honor of Abraham Lincoln's birthday to honor his anti-slavery legacy. #BlackHistoryMonth
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Halil Demir received the Aichana Abeid Boilil award
Halil Demir, Executive Director of Zakat Foundation of America, received the Aichana Abeid Boilil award by the Abolition Institute to recognize his work in fighting modern day practices of slavery.
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