Protestors against Trump's immigration ban welcome incoming travelers to Dulles International Airport over the weekend.

Protestors against Trump's immigration ban welcome incoming travelers to Dulles International Airport over the weekend.

President Trump’s executive order on immigration sent shockwaves throughout the country and the world this weekend – including in communities in the Washington region. It’s been a particularly chaotic stretch at international airports interacting with travelers from the seven majority-Muslim countries from which entry has been temporarily blocked. Kojo explores what the order means for communities in our region with an attorney working with affected communities and with a former intelligence officer who wants to be the top lawmaker in Virginia.

Guests

  • Mirriam Seddiq Attorney; Founder, American Muslim Women Political Action Committee
  • Denver Riggleman Republican Candidate, Governor, Virginia

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