The recent executive order suspending refugee resettlement and barring the entry of individuals from seven Muslim‐majority countries goes against our core values of welcome, religious freedom, and assistance to those most in need. Congress should act to support legislation to rescind the order.
Specifically addressing the recent executive order impacting refugees and immigrants, FCNL's Yasmine Taeb will speak on Monday, February 13th, at a panel on Islamophobia convened by American University's School of International Service.
On January 27, President Trump signed an executive order suspending the refugee resettlement program and effectively banning Muslims from seven countries from entering the U.S. Urge your members of Congress to support and vote for legislation to overturn this order.
Dozens of Republican members of Congress are speaking out against President Trumps executive order on refugees. These members need encouragement to call on the president to rescind the executive order entirely.