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  • The Muslim Ban: One Year Later

    December 5, 2018
    It has been a year since the Supreme Court allowed the third iteration of the Muslim Ban to take effect. We’re working to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act and demanding congressional oversight over implementation of the ban. We’re more motivated than ever to work with our allies and to make new ones in order to counteract this heinous policy.

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  • George H.W. Bush Dies at 94

    December 4, 2018
    On Saturday, November 30th, George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the United States, passed away at the age of 94. As America gathers to mourn, we reflect on his presidential tenure and its impact on America's relationship with the middle east, American Muslims, the war on drugs, and AIDS.

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  • Border Clashes Highlight A Dangerous Dynamic

    November 28, 2018
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection fired tear gas at asylum seekers taking shelter in the Mexican city of Tijuana prior to the arrest of ninety-eight Central American migrants by Mexican authorities. The use of tear gas against migrants reflects the way xenophobia and violence against asylum seekers, immigrants, and refugees are normalized.

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  • Ending US-Saudi war in Yemen

    November 27, 2018
    Our coalition is calling on the United States to “end participation in or any form of support for [the US-Saudi] conflict” in Yemen. We're asking that the Senate leads Congress in fulfilling its humanitarian imperative and constitutional duty to pass S.J.Res. 54 and swiftly end the Saudi-led war in Yemen so that millions may yet live.

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  • Condemning the attack in Kabul on Mawlid al-Nabi

    November 20, 2018
    We condemn the suicide bombing that occurred in the Afghan capital of Kabul on November 19, 2018, that targeted scholars gathering to commemorate Mawlid al-Nabi. This attack is reflective of a deteriorating internal situation in Afghanistan.

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IN THEIR WORDS

  • If MPAC existed in 1942, Japanese Americans would have never gone to [internment] camps. And this is why, as a Congressman, I'm here for this community too.
    Fmr. Congressman Mike Honda
  • MPAC is a bastion of hope for anyone seeking to unite and empower those seeking positivity in our society. MPAC is a stronghold for the voiceless and underrepresented. MPAC’s vision for a more inclusive and uplifting society is in line with my own vision.
    Adel Kamal MPAC Supporter
  • There has never been a more brilliant, empassioned, visionary staff and group of people that exists at the Muslim Public Affairs Council.
    Rev. Ed Bacon Rector Emeritus, All Saints Church, Pasadena
  • The best way to ensure equality and justice is to build bridges in the community and that is exactly what all you are doing.
    Congresswoman Judy Chu
  • My son attended an MPAC event where Khizr Khan, George Takei, and Van Jones spoke about Islam and Muslims. You gave my son a sense of pride in his identity, he donated to MPAC, and he asked how he could work for MPAC when he was older. Thank you.
    Nancy Serag MPAC Supporter
  • In terms of messaging and being succinct and lobbying legislators and dealing with... Hollywood, MPAC does one of the best jobs in the Muslim comunity.
    Congressman André Carson

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