Trump’s Muslim Ban separates families, abdicates moral responsibility to victims of the U.S.’ foreign policies that engage in violence, and increases bigotry, harassment, and attacks on Muslim, immigrant, brown, and Black communities by institutionalizing anti-Muslim discrimination and hatred. Nearly a year since the Supreme Court upheld the Muslim Ban on June 26, 2018, the American people and elected officials must renew efforts to end this cruel and unconstitutional policy’s gross attack on human dignity, equality, and justice.
As we reflect on the upcoming one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s upholding of the Muslim Ban, Win Without War stands in strong support for redoubling efforts to end this cruel, discriminatory policy, and its broad attack on human lives.
In a new issue brief, we hope to contribute to the conversation surrounding the Muslim Ban and its intersection with U.S. foreign policy.
You can find a PDF of the issue brief here.