Muslim Advocacy Group Celebrates Biden's Plan to End Muslim Ban on First Day of Presidency
January 17, 2020
Muslim Advocacy Group Celebrates Biden’s Plan to End Muslim Ban on First Day of Presidency
Washington, D.C.- President-elect Joe Biden will reverse the Muslim Ban on the first day of his presidency, among a flurry of executive orders intended to reverse Trump administration policies.
Biden first vowed to end the Muslim Ban during Emgage Action’s “Million Muslim Votes” Summit.
See our CNN commentary surrounding Biden rescinding the Muslim Ban on Day 1 of his presidency.
“For the past four years, we have fought tirelessly for this moment. The Muslim Ban has caused irreparable violence to Muslim communities domestically and abroad. While its dark legacy will remain and must be remembered, we are hopeful to celebrate an end to this horrific ban, once and for all.” – Iman Awad, Legislative Director of Emgage Action
Emgage Action is a Muslim civic advocacy organization, with national headquarters in Washington, D.C., and state chapters in Michigan, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and New York.