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On Anniversary of Trump’s Muslim Ban, Impacted Individuals and Advocates Deliver Petition with Over 150,000 Signatures to Congress

Urge Members to Move to Repeal the Ban’s Un-American and Life Threatening Restrictions

WASHINGTON, DC ”” On Tuesday, December 4th, one year after the Supreme Court allowed Muslim Ban 3.0 to go into effect, impacted individuals and organizations including NIAC, the ACLU, NILC, CAIR National, SAALT, Advancing Justice, MPower Change, CWS Global, and Franciscan Action Network will join with individuals impacted by President Trump’s Muslim Ban, to deliver a petition signed by more than 150,000 individuals and endorsed by more than 27 organizations, urging the next Congress to take immediate action to rescind the ban.

WHAT: Advocates and impacted individuals deliver petition with over 150,000 signatures urging action on the Muslim travel ban to Congress
WHEN: Tuesday, December 4th. 9:00 am ET
WHERE: Representative Judy Chu’s office: 2423 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515.

SPEAKERS: Wardah Khalid, Church World Service; Jason L. Miller, Franciscan Action Network; Mary Tablante, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC; Subha Varadarajan, No Muslim Ban Ever Campaign; Mohammad Khan, MPower Change; Mahnoor Hussein, South Asian Americans Leading Together; Adam Weinstein, National Iranian American Council; Robert McCaw, CAIR National; Manar Waheed, American Civil Liberties Union; Mana Kharrazi, Iranian Alliances Across Borders; and Abrar Omeish, a woman directly impacted by the Muslim Ban.

VISUALS: No Muslim Ban Ever signs, faith leaders, advocates, impacted individuals


LOCAL CONTACT: Wardah Khalid – | 240-621-2841


WATCH: CAIR Gov. Affairs Dir. Robert McCaw Joins in Delivery of 150K Muslim Ban Petition to Congress


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