Indian Americans step forward to help in COVID-19 crisis

By Zofeen Maqsood 

Artist Syed Rehman’s online initiative to help poor and elderly inspiring people across America.

Crises bring out the best and the worst of people. So has the Coronavirus epidemic that has put whole of America in a virtual lock down sending people in a mad rush to hoard essentials.

As people fight over that last loaf of bread or that last roll of toilet paper at American supermarkets, the elderly and the poor are often left high and dry. To help them out, Skokie, Chicago based Indian American artist Syed Rehman has devised a plan.

Rehman, who runs art galleries called Modern Art Wall, has in an Instagram offered to come to the aid of anyone who may need help – for buying groceries, essentials and medicines.

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