Coalition Letters

  • 11 Groups Send Letter to Trump Arguing that His Anti-Muslim Tweets Are At Odds with First Amendment

    December 14, 2017
    MPAC joined 11 groups in telling President Trump are his anti-Muslim tweets are at odds with the First Amendment: “Under the US Constitution, the government cannot openly denigrate a class of Americans, marking them for special disdain and reproach simply because of who they are."

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  • 49 Groups Pressure State Department to Abandon Supplemental Questions for Visa Applicants

    October 5, 2017
    MPAC joined 48 other civil and human rights groups by submitting comments raising a host of fundamental objections to a proposed State Department policy that would disproportionately burden travelers from Muslim countries and chill speech protected by the First Amendment and international human rights standards.

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  • 129 Groups Urge Mayors to Disavow Anti-Muslim Marches

    June 8, 2017
    A coalition of 129 national and local organizations sent letters to 29 mayors in advance of anti-Muslim marches scheduled in their cities on Saturday, June 10. The letters call on the mayors to embrace “values of pluralism, diversity, and liberty for all while firmly rejecting the forces of hate and bigotry that seek to divide us.”

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  • DHS Response to MPAC Letter

    May 4, 2017
    DHS Secretary John Kelly responds to a letter MPAC sent a letter him regarding civil liberties violations and assessments after President Trump signed the Muslim travel ban executive orders.

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  • Coalition Letter Opposing the Nomination of Mark Green

    May 4, 2017
    MPAC signed onto a coalition letter of more than 41 organizations who had major concerns about the nomination of Mark Green to the position of Secretary of the Army and called for his rejection.

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  • Coalition Letter to U.S. Customs and Border Protection

    April 18, 2017
    The undersigned groups write to express our concerns regarding U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (“CBP”) proposal to collect social media identifiers of Chinese visa holders via its Electronic Visa Update System (EVUS), and to demand that CBP withdraw this proposal.

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  • Immigration Letter to Sheriff Jim McDonnell
    MPAC believes that the most effective and moral path forward to ensure the safety of all of our diverse communities in Los Angeles is for us to work in partnership to support SB 54.

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  • LA Justice Letter to LA Board of Supervisors
    We, the undersigned Executive Directors of legal, policy, and direct service organizations, as well as labor, faith, and community leaders, write to express our opposition to the eligibility limitations currently proposed in the “LA Justice Fund Client Prioritization and Services” Motion.

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