Tellus360 hosts concert in support of refugees

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LANCASTER, Pa. - People in Lancaster city are using music to raise awareness for a group of people facing crisis.

Tellus360 hosted a free concert in support of refugees coming to the Lancaster County area.

The event showcased over a dozed local artists uniting their talents for a good cause.

"This is a good community gathering place to help people out to show that Lancaster does support refugees and that we're not anti-Muslim or anti-anything," Lancaster Immigration Resettlement Office Director, Sheila Mastropietro said.

President Obama has said he will continue to allow refugees to move in the United States. After last year's Paris terrorist attacks and the San Bernardino attacks, nearly two dozen state governors declared they don't want to accept refugees. Governor Wolf  has said before that he stands behind Obama's decision.

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