Chip in to support Muslim-led organizations build and resist

Muslim-led and community-rooted organizations have been working non-stop to mobilize millions of Muslims and allies across the country. They have organized protests, coordinated legal challenges, lobbied lawmakers, and trained community activists and organizers.


With the Supreme Court ruling in favor of Trump's shameful Muslim ban, it is more important than ever to support Muslim organizations as they engage in the long-term work of building organized, resilient communities prepared to resist this administration's bigoted agenda.


Each of the organizations listed below work for the rights, safety, and dignity of Muslims. Please chip in to help them organize, build, and resist.

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Arab Resource & Organizing Center (AROC) -- grassroots organizations serving and organizing the Arab and Muslim community in the U.S., by providing direct legal services, organizing the community, and building power.

http://araborganizing.org/


The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) -- a grassroots civil rights and advocacy group that empowers the American Muslim community and encourages their participation in political and social activism.

https://www.cair.com/


Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) -- is a multigenerational organization of low-wage South Asian and Indo-Caribbean immigrant workers and youth in New York City who build strong cross-community alliances across the U.S. and globe to amplify and organize just global trade, economic, and foreign policies.

http://www.drumnyc.org/


MPower Change -- the largest Muslim led social and racial justice organization, building a grassroots movement made up of diverse Muslim and ally communities for a more just world for all people.

https://mpowerchange.org/

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