Many of us are still reeling from yesterday’s Supreme Court decision to uphold the Muslim ban. Our communities are under attack, and democracy is under attack. Fortunately, people in every corner of the nation are continuing to mobilize to protect our values where the court has failed – inclusivity, diversity, and the belief that what unites us is far stronger than what divides us. Yesterday, thousands of activists joined rapid response rallies around the country to show that we reject the court’s decision and that we stand against the hate and divisiveness of the Muslim Ban today and every day until it is defeated. At the forums, grassroots organizations, community members, and allies will gather to create a space of solidarity and support, and we’ll discuss the path toward ending the Muslim Ban.Please join the ACLU of Northern California, along with CAIR and Asian Law Caucus, for a #NoMuslimBan Community Forum this Thursday, June 28, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Dinner and refreshments will be provided. RSVP now.
DATE: Thursday, June 28
TIME: 5:30 PM- 8:00 PM
LOCATION: ACLU of NorCal, 39 Drumm Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
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It’s more important than ever to come together in love and solidarity with Muslim communities and allies. Though the road ahead may seem long at times, we’ve seen what people power can achieve – even from the very start of when tens of thousands of us flooded airports.
Our collective power is greater than we can imagine when we are united, inclusive, and welcoming. We will support each other and fight the Muslim ban today and every day until we win.