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'It's Amazing': The Power of Showing Up After the New Zealand Mosque Shootings

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A young boy holds a candle at an interfaith vigil at the Islamic Center of Mill Valley. The candle represents one of the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand. (Olivia Obineme/KQED)

You can read more about the vigil at the Islamic Center of Mill Valley here.

Q'ed Up is hosted and produced by Ryan Levi. This episode was edited by Jeremy Siegel.

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