Muslim Ban 3.0 – Trump Can’t Get Any More Transparent Than This
Muslim Ban 3.0 – Analysis, Information & Action from the Network Against Islamophobia
This is still a Muslim ban—they simply added three additional countries … Of those countries, Chad is majority Muslim, travel from North Korea is basically already frozen and the restrictions on Venezuela only affect government officials on certain visas. You can’t get any more transparent than that.
Becca Heller, International Refugee Assistance Project Director
The Muslim and refugee bans are discriminatory, unconstitutional and inhumane in the same vein as the Chinese Exclusion Act, the Japanese American incarceration, and special registration after 9/11.
The addition of non-Muslim majority countries, namely North Korea and Venezuela, to the ban does not negate its inherent anti-Muslim intent. It also affirms the white supremacist, exclusionary policies of the Trump administration that discriminate on the basis of faith, national origin, and immigration status.
Community Advisory: What You Should Know About the New Muslim Ban, Asian Law Caucus of Asian Americans Advancing Justice and CAIR-California,
Muslim Ban 3.0—Fact Sheet, Penn State Law Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, Muslim Advocates, and American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee
“Civil Rights Groups Condemn Trump’s Latest Muslim Ban,” National Immigration Law Center
“Expansion of Muslim Ban,” ReThink Media
Updates, framing, talking points, available experts, statements opposing the ban
Media sources listed by name, location, organization, area of expertise
The campaign website contains links to a toolkit, principles and messages, as well as registration links to events happening throughout the country and on 10/18. Over 130 groups have endorsed the campaign. Regional anchor groups are all planning events.
The #NoMuslimBanEver campaign is a grassroots awareness and mobilization effort that will happen in the weeks leading up to and on October 18, 2017. Join #NoMuslimBanEver between September 5th and October 18 by raising awareness through events, forums, dialogues, and actions, and by attending the national mobilization on October 18 in Washington, D.C.
The campaign is being organized and led by the following organizations, Asian Americans Advancing Justice–Asian Law Caucus, Council of American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)’s San Francisco-Bay Area chapter, MPower Change, and the MASA Organizing team, in partnership with allies including refugee rights groups, Indivisible, and others.
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