Lawsuits Iranian Alliances Across Borders v. Trump Meet the Plaintiffs Full lawsuit Motion for a preliminary injunction filed October 6,…Read More
Since signing the first Muslim ban into effect in February, Donald Trump has tried to claim that the bigoted executive…Read More
As Congress comes back into session during a tumultuous era rift with division and white supremacist violence, Muslim Advocates this month announced eight efforts to combat the spread of hate and bigotry.
Muslim Advocates (MA), a national legal advocacy and educational organization, seeks applications from highly talented and motivated attorneys wishing to…Read More
Leaders from Bend the Arc Jewish Action, Color of Change, Human Rights Campaign, and Muslim Advocates gathered to condemn the violence and to urge President Trump to condemn this white supremacy rally and the movement as a whole. To be clear: there is only one side of hate.
As a nation, we derive our strength from our diversity, and our military is at its best when it mirrors the diversity of the nation it serves.
Farhana Khera, Executive Director of Muslim Advocates, attorney, and longtime civil rights advocate, recently sat down with fellow Wellesley alumnae Amita Parashar Kelly to recount her time on campus.
Muslim Advocates is seeking applications from law students for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 internships in our Washington, DC office.
Today, Muslim Advocates, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Brennan Center for Justice, and Professor Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia sent a Freedom of Information Act request to the State Department and the Trump administration seeking release of detailed information regarding several important but overlooked provisions of the Muslim Ban Executive Order: “extreme vetting” policies targeting certain visa applicants and a worldwide review of visa vetting and screening processes to identify additional countries to add to the list of targeted countries.