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Darul-Quba Cultural Center was established in May 2003. After a large East African immigrant population was residing in the Twin Cities Area. Darul-Quba was founded by Sahra and supported by Somali immigrant women who were new to the country and wanted a place to gather, worship, and help each other. It was founded in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, and its location was the most proximity to the community it serves in the Metro area. Many community members knew the importance of the Cultural Center, where families could address their needs and get support. The Somali community elders and mothers support Darul-Quba and it continues on it is mission to help families, and elders and support youth.

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