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'To my future son or daughter': Muslim doctor raps for human rights

(CNN) -- By night, Umar Malik is a doctor in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

By day, he's earning his 15 minutes of fame -- as a rapper.

It all started last month when the young resident -- yes, he works the night shift -- made a rap video and posted it to Facebook. Titled "Letter to the Future," it features Malik gently rapping a message of hope and inspiration to his future children.

See there's fear inside my heart as I'm walking these streets

I've seen the product of into

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