Muslim ban

Culture

artists respond to the one-year anniversary of trump's muslim ban

The curators of Before We Were Banned, a group art show opening in Bushwick tonight, spent this time last year protesting at JFK airport.
Salma Haidrani
1.29.18
News

​bella hadid: “I am proud to be a muslim”

In the wake of Donald Trump’s racist ‘Muslim Ban’ the half-Dutch, half-Palestinian model has publicly spoken about her Islamic faith for the first time.
Charlotte Gush
4.4.17
News

john waters and zadie smith sign letter against trump's muslim ban

65 artists and writers are calling BS on the ban, saying it will "silence essential voices and exacerbate the hatreds that fuel global conflict."
Hannah Ongley
2.22.17
Film

​london to host public premiere of oscar-nominated iranian film following trump’s muslim ban

Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman will screen to the public for free in Trafalgar Square on Oscars night, in a bid to show ‘London Is Open’ to a director from Iran, a country affected by Donald Trump’s Muslim Ban.
Charlotte Gush
2.15.17
Fashion

should the fashion industry be taking more of a stand against donald trump?

With fashion and activism so intrinsically linked, we ponder whether brands have an obligation to speak out against the president.
James Darton
2.8.17
News

moma re-hangs works by artists from muslim countries to protest trump's ban

Each work comes with a new description making the museum's intentions very clear.
Hannah Ongley
2.6.17
Donald Trump

why trump's ban is an attack on all muslims

The immigration ban not only further stigmatises Muslim refugees who have fled the very terrorists that Trump is supposedly worried about, it sets a precedent for attitudes across America and beyond.
Niloufar Haidari
2.1.17
Music

four tet shares 354-song playlist of music from trump's banned countries

After donating $1,000 to the ACLU.
Hannah Ongley
2.1.17
Donald Trump

british-iraqi citizen amrou al-kadhi explains why monday's anti-trump protest was moving, important and necessary

After Monday's anti-Trump protest in London, a photograph of gender-queer drag performer Amrou Al-Kadhi holding a sign reading “the only thing I terrorize is the runway” went viral, reposted by everyone from The Sun to Sarah Mower. Here Amrou explains...
Amrou Al-Kadhi
2.1.17
News

nike ceo leads the fashion industry’s condemnation of trump’s muslim ban

In a strong statement, the company comes out to make a stand 'against bigotry and discrimination'.
Felix Petty
1.31.17
Culture

​tens of thousands hit the streets in london and across the uk to protest trump’s muslim ban

Organised with less than 24 hours’ notice, huge crowds gathered with handmade banners outside 10 Downing Street in London and in cities and towns up and down the country to send a message to Donald Trump and Theresa May.
Charlotte Gush
1.31.17
News

screen actors guild awards get political as actors deliver message to trump

The casts of Stranger Things, Moonlight and Hidden Figures send a powerful rebuke to the new president in a series of political speeches calling for unity and opposing Trump's ban on Muslims entering the US.
Matthew Whitehouse
1.30.17