In response to President Donald Trump’s discriminatory Muslim Ban, Emgage Action has been committed to rescinding the Muslim Ban and advocating for legislation to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), ensuring that no future administration can enact a discriminatory ban ever again.
Crimes motivated by race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability pose a serious national threat. As an organization dedicated to representing and protecting religious and ethnic minorities, Emgage Action is fighting deadly displays of racism and Islamophobia by supporting legislation that tackles these issues.
Despite evidence proving White Supremacy to be the greatest threat for domestic terrorism, Muslim Americans continue to be harassed under 'Countering Violent Extremism' (CVE) programs. We are committed to recognizing this uneven application of the law and resources, while combating White Supremacy.
Abusive police practices and state-sanctioned violence have exacted systemic brutality and fatality upon Black Americans since our nation’s founding. Emgage Action is dedicated to ending this abuse by working towards changes in federal and state policies.
With over 159.8 million ballots cast, the 2020 elections saw the highest voter turnout ever recorded. As an organization committed to empowering voters, Emgage Action is committed to curbing all attempts at voter suppression and protecting voters from vulnerable communities, on both federal and state levels.