Together, we raise our voices to say: No Muslim Ban Ever.

The Trump administration continues to push white supremacist and exclusionary policies that discriminate on the basis of faith, national origin, and immigration status. We invite you to join us and declare #NoMuslimBanEver to raise awareness, resist and dismantle these policies.



About the campaign.

On April 25, 2018, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Muslim Ban litigation.

On December 4, 2017, the Supreme Court reinstated the Muslim Ban and lifted the injunctions granted by the Fourth and Ninth Circuits. Although the Supreme Court did not reach the merits of the Muslim Ban, it allowed the ban to take full effect. The Muslim Ban is the culmination of a long assault on Muslim communities, and its reinstatement has emboldened the President who continues to champion a white supremacist and Islamophobic agenda.

Just as we saw in January 2017, when the ban first went into effect, it has deferred dreams, separated families, deprived people of life saving health care, and blocked access to education. In addition, CBP staff have interpreted it broadly and overreached just as they have done in the past. It is critical that the Supreme Court summarily reject the ban in all its forms and reject white supremacy, xenophobia, and Islamophobia.



Campaign Principles


End policies, like bans, walls and raids, that treat our communities as inherently suspect and foster bigotry and hate.


Create safe spaces for people under threat by advocating for sanctuary policies, supporting sanctuary communities, and offering physical sanctuary.


Center communities directly affected by the Muslim and refugee bans, namely Muslims, refugees, and nationals from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.


The Muslim and refugee bans are on a continuum of exclusionary policies, White supremacy, xenophobia and racism. We are stronger when we understand these connections and work together.


Share your values and stories to help shift public narratives and consciousness.


Campaign Messages

  • The Muslim Ban is the culmination of a long assault on Muslim communities.
  • Refugees are ordinary people fleeing extraordinary adversity, and denying them safety is to deny our common humanity.
  • Our communities want what everyone wants: freedom to proudly express our identities, including our faith, without fear of discrimination.
  • The Muslim and refugee bans are just one prong of Trump’s white nationalist agenda.
  • This ban has a real impact on families and community members.
  • The ban opens the door to other policies that discriminate on the basis of faith, immigration status, and national origin in particular eliminating DACA and increasing deportations. That is why we stand in solidarity with other communities of color, Native communities, immigrants and refugees.


National Day of Action

Join us in front of the Supreme Court on April 25 from 8:30 to 11:30 am in Washington, D.C. for the National Day of Action. Learn about the rally through the Facebook event page and endorse the rally too. 

If you're outside of DC, you can still join events around the country to say #NoMuslimBanEver this April. Check out the link below to find an event near you. Highlighted events include the Muslim Day at the Capitol in Sacramento hosted by CAIR California and the We are Not a National Security Threat Open Mic hosted by Asian Law Caucus, Black Alliance for Just Immigration and CAIR-Bay Area. If you are interested in hosting your event, check out our toolkit and then register your event using the link below.



Raise Your Voice

Register or Find an
Event Near You.

Join the campaign by attending an event or hosting one on April 25, 2018. Download our toolkit for ideas, resources, and a calendar of key dates.

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Additional Endorsers Include:

RepairRestoreSafeguard, Inc


Images by Alison Behr, Steve Eberhardt, Islamic Networks Group, and National Iranian American Council