Come participate in an important discussion on how we got here, what’s at stake, and what actions you can take
Time: 5:30pm to 8:00pm
Location: Harvard Law School, Hauser Hall, Room 102
Sponsored By: CAIR Massachusetts, Muslim Justice League, Harvard Islamic Society, National Lawyers’ Guild
More Information: tinyurl.com/nobanskeepdaca
The Muslim and Refugee bans are discriminatory and unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson, in Honolulu, wrote that the Muslim Ban 3.0 Executive Order “plainly discriminates based on nationality” and would be “detrimental to the interests of the United States.” The Trump Administration wants to negotiate DACA protections for building the Wall. These legislation attempts are part of a continuum of exclusionary, xenophobic and racist policies that promote white supremacy and discrimination on the basis of faith, national origin, and immigration status.
As arguments continue in the courtrooms, it is vital that communities continue to resist. Everyone has a role in defending a welcoming and inclusive America. Think you can’t do anything – you can!
Come participate in an important discussion on how we got here, what’s at stake, and what actions you can take.
Rachel E. Rosenbloom, Professor and Co-Director, Immigrant Justice Clinic
Northeastern University School of Law
Ayesha Kazmi, Organizer – Roxbury, District 7
Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center
Saher Selod, Assistant Professor – Sociology
Maheen Haider, Doctoral Candidate (Sociology) & Clough Graduate Fellow
Nazia Ashraful, Government Affairs Director
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) – Massachusetts Chapter