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Exchange District: Mannan Hamrasho and Crimes Unit

exchange district: Mannan Hamrasho, who came to Winnipeg with his wife and two children in February, says there are six families living at the property, according to Metro News. He says some of them speak Arabic, and his family speaks Kurdish. Officers tell CTV News the major crimes unit and other units are investigating the messages, as well as possible threats against people living in the adjacent homes. He says he found the graffiti earlier this week and has been working to scrape it off the fence. In the Exchange District, Warehouse Artworks owner Rod Sasaki put a sign in his storefront of a woman wearing a hijab with the words, Every is welcome here. function set Cookie related path / ; Related Calgary police investigate hate crime graffiti, arson incident Teen to serve three more months for Nazi graffiti'There is still a lot of ignorance in this country' Indigenous artist heartbroken after mural vandalized Sasaki says he's noticed an increase in ignorant views and wanted to do something about it. In an effort to combat negative views about immigrants and refugees, some Winnipeggers are putting up signs on their lawns and in their windows to welcome newcomers. ( As reported in the news.