Rida Hamida

Executive director and founder, Latino & Muslim Unity; cofounder of #TacoTrucksatEveryMosque

Executive director/founder, Latino & Muslim Unity, and cofounder of #TacoTrucksatEveryMosque

Rida Hamida on KCRW

If you drive by a mosque in Orange County around sunset, you may see a mobile COVID-19 vaccination unit and a halal taco truck.

Food truck offers halal tacos and COVID vaccines at mosques, uniting OC Muslims and Latinos

If you drive by a mosque in Orange County around sunset, you may see a mobile COVID-19 vaccination unit and a halal taco truck.

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