The opposition to President Trump’s executive order, which bans refugees and citizens coming in from seven majority-muslim nations, is picking up steam.
Some people are hitting the streets and airports in protest, others are using their money to make a difference.
While the ban is going into effect, a federal judge did block deportations in emergency rulings on Trump's immigration order. Other teams of lawyers are trying their hardest to reverse the ban including ones from the American Civil Liberties Union. Other organizations are doing their part in order to help out.
Check out some of those doing the best work below.
This group treats victims of the wars that refugees who are now banned from entering America are fleeing from.
Now more than ever journalism is under attack. This international organization promotes the rights of journalists to report the news unimpeeded.
This organization helps provide safety, educational, and economic resources to displaced people worldwide.
This organization rescues people and provides humanitarian aid in areas that have been bombed by the Assad regime.
Well, you don't have to donate, just delete Uber and switch to this transportation app that's been at the forefront in supporting those protesting the #MuslimBan at airports across the United States.
This group provides legal representation and policy advocacy on behalf of refugees and displaced people.
Through this office, the UN provides refugees with humanitarian aid.
This German nonprogit matches people with spare rooms with refugees seeking housing.
This US-based charity works in Turkey and is focused on educational opportunities for Syrian children. Currently, they're rasing money to rebuild bombed schools in Syria.
An anti-poverty program that's been working to resettle refugees inside the U.S. It also provides humanitarian aid to refugees around the world including the seven from countries Trump put a ban on.
They've already filed a lawsuit against President Trump on behalf of two Iraquis who have valid visas, but were blocked from exiting JFK Airport on Saturday (January 28).
(Photo: Joel Sheakoski / Barcroft Images)
TRENDING IN NEWS