April 10: Training on Islamophobia & Allyship for Non-Muslims

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From the Muslim Ban and the War on Terror to airports and Hollywood films, Islamophobia is deeply embedded in U.S. policies, institutions, and rhetoric. What can non-Muslims do about it? In this interactive training, we will discuss solidarity, allyship, and how to show up for Muslim communities by condemning all forms of Islamophobic violence. The […]

March 7: No Muslim Ban 2.0: Rally at CBP

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What? Donald Trump has just signed a new executive order, which has already been come to be known as “Muslim Ban 2.0”. Although it contains some minor differences, the policy outcomes and lived realities of the decision are still the same for people from the Muslim-majority countries (Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen), who […]

February 21: Understanding the #MuslimBan: Resistance and the Path Forward

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On January 27th, 2017 President Trump signed an executive order titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States.” which put the #MuslimBan in place. Americans and the global community quickly mobilized in order to challenge this EO that was both discriminatory on its face and in practice. After weeks of widespread […]