On March 6, President Trump signed a new Executive Order – often referred to as the travel ban or Muslim ban – reinstating harmful measures that discriminate against nationals, including refugees, from six Muslim-majority countries (Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen). It also temporarily stops refugees from any countries from resettling in the US.
This Executive Order could affect families who have escaped the rubble of Aleppo, or fled war and famine in Yemen. These are people fleeing conflicts and other serious threats, and they deserve protection.
Join us in tweeting at Trump to revoke his discriminatory Executive Order:
A #MuslimBan is discriminatory no matter how @realdonaldtrump tries to package it. ACT NOW
Same hate & fear. New packaging. @realdonaldtrump’s exec order targets immigrants & refugees fleeing war #NoBanNoWall
No matter how you dress it, @realdonaldtrump’s “new” exec order is still a discriminatory Muslim ban ACT NOW
A #MuslimBan is discriminatory no matter how @realdonaldtrump tries to package it. Stop hateful politics: http://bit.ly/2mxt4lU #NoBanNoWall
Re-writing a #MuslimBan doesn’t stop it being discriminatory . We resist @realdonaldtrump’s hateful exec order! #NoBanNoWall
.@realdonaldtrump your “new” exec order is still a discriminatory Muslim ban full of same hate: #NoBanNoWall