Tag: Muslim ban
While it is important to hold our public officials accountable for their role in promoting the Muslim ban, we cannot stop there.
Activists gathered in Washington D.C. to protest the ruling and stand up to the blatant anti-Muslim discrimination, racism, and xenophobia that this ban perpetuates.
A new possibility for the resistance has emerged – one that involves the cooperation of groups that you wouldn't normally think of.
The administration can now fully enforce its new restrictions on travel from eight countries, six of them predominantly Muslim.
If the war on terror has taught us one thing, it's that harsh laws targeting non-citizens will eventually be extended to citizens, too.
Some of the conservative Justices did, however, indicate that they would be willing to uphold the ban, in full.