Back to the Airport We Go
Looks like Trump's Islamophobia grew three sizes bigger.
He just announced a new travel ban, which now includes Chad, North Korea, and Venezuela (in addition to the originally restricted countries of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, and Iraq). But this time it's indefinite, instead of 90 days.
With the announcement of this new ban, the Supreme Court has canceled oral arguments scheduled for October that would have determined the fate of the original ban.
For a detailed description of what this new ban does, see the Muslim Advocates fact sheet. For a clear explanation of why this is still a Muslim ban even with the addition of new countries, see the International Refugee Assistance Project's statement.
(We're sure Stephen Miller had nothing to do with this.)
How to help resist Trump's Muslim Ban 3.0
*Stay tuned for protests at airports wherever you live.
Follow #NoMuslimBanEver on Twitter for updates.
Join a rally in front of the US Supreme Court on October 10, the first day oral arguments in the Muslim ban case.
Connect with and support the groups that brought the 3 cases that stopped earlier versions of the Muslim ban:
Hawaii case: Muslim Association of Hawaii
Maryland case: International Refugee Assistance Project, National Immigration Law Center, ACLU, and ACLU of Maryland
Washington case: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, American Immigration Council, and National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild
Donate to groups defending immigrants and refugees:
United We Dream
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Council on American Islamic Relations
Islamic Society of North America
National Council of La Raza
Desis Rising Up and Moving
Asian American Justice Center
National Immigration Project
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Make the Road
National Day Laborer Organizing Network
New York Immigration Coalition
National Domestic Workers Alliance
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
*This post will be updated.