Monday, Jan. 30
All day: Call your SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES and ask if they support Trump’s Executive Order to Limit Refugees Into the U.S. aka the Muslim Ban.
ACLU statement on Muslim Ban:
“‘Extreme vetting’ is just a euphemism for discrimination against Muslims. Identifying specific countries with Muslim majorities and carving out exceptions for minority religions flies in the face of the constitutional principle that bans the government from either favoring or discriminating against particular religions. Any effort to discriminate against Muslims and favor other religions runs afoul of the First Amendment.”
8 p.m.: Emergency Call to Stand Against Trump’s Muslim and Refugee Bans
Indivisible (the national team) is co-hosting a big planning call with Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP), and National Immigration Law Center (NILC-IJF) RSVP HERE
Tuesday, Jan. 31
9 a.m. Texas Muslim Capitol Day
Read more about this call to action.
Wednesday, Feb. 1
Anticipate calls on Trump’s Supreme Court pick.
Thursday, Feb. 2
8:15 – 9:30 a.m. Hearing on SB4 scheduled in Texas Senate Chamber. If you can’t be there, call Lt. Dan Patrick and voice your opposition to SB4, the anti-sanctuary city bill. More details are on the Commonsense Immigration Website.
While you’re at, call Gov. Greg Abott and tell him you support Sally Hernandez, the Travis County Sheriff who refuses to be bullied by his executive overreach on sanctuary cities.
Friday, Feb. 3
Saturday, Feb. 4
Sunday, Feb. 5