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"I am an immigrant." 6 months ago, we asked @AdrianaLima, #GraceCoddington and more prominent members of the fashion industry to issue a united statement and front against Donald Trump's immigration ban. As the future of #DACA is under attack, we revisit that video here. Video by @Kloss_Films. #IAmAnImmigrant #DefendDACA

I am a proud daughter of Palestinian immigrants who taught me to work hard & to care about the people in my communities. My parents story mirrors the story of many generations of immigrants who fled poverty and conflict in search of a better life. Immigrants like my parents have made this nation great with their impeccable work ethics and contributions. We make America great! Honored to participate in this @iamanimmigrant campaign! #istandwithimmigrants #immigrantheritagemonth #iamanimmigrant 📸: @kishabari

My boy @guillermodiazreal wore this shirt to work today. I concur. #iamanimmigrant #WeMatter #defenddaca

I am honored to stand with all of the immigrants who make our country diverse and beautiful. #IStandWithImmigrants
#IAmAnImmigrant
#ImmigrantHeritageMonth @IAmAnImmigrant
Photo credit: @alex.tehrani

Queens 👑

come to the DACA rally!!! right now in the court yard #iamanimmigrant #istandwithimmigrants

Hermanas, activist and lovers of the #IAmAnImmigrant t-shirts. Fighting for #DREAMers all day and night! @sarahsophief @americaferrera

On display...
#sf1music #iamanimmigrant

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Preview from my last portrait session at Make The Road NY #daca #iamanimmigrant #defendDaca #makeportraits #maketheroadny

Preview from my last portrait session at Make The Road NY #daca #iamanimmigrant #defendDaca #makeportraits #maketheroadny

Preview from my last portrait session at Make The Road NY #daca #iamanimmigrant #defendDaca #makeportraits #maketheroadny

Preview from my last portrait session at Make The Road NY #daca #iamanimmigrant #defendDaca #makeportraits #maketheroadny

#StudioSunday // SMALL IDENTITIES project
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Transferred more ID photos of Muslim Immigrants onto tiles today. “Small Identities” is a play both on words and ideas. It refers to ID photos and belittling of identities of individuals that belong to a certain group. It may be seen as a direct reference to the Trump’s administration’s #MuslimBan, but it also alludes to many issues such as politicizing of identities, #RacialProfiling, and the association of cultural and religious symbols with a group’s identity. In 2016, I began collecting passport-sized ID photos of my relatives, friends, colleagues, and acquaintances that are Muslim immigrants in the U.S. I have been transferring these images onto Islamic-shaped ceramic tiles, to be displayed as a large wall #installation.
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Would you or someone you know like to participate? Please see the link in bio on how to send me your passport sized photo! 
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#NoMuslimBanEver
#IamAnImmigrant
#HereToStay

Mis raíces tienen tanta cultura, que belleza es ser Mexicana! 🐓

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10.13.17
On Jul 14, 2015 we were all overjoyed with hope that the signing of the #IranDeal and the re-entry of #Iran into the international community would lead not only to better relations for the governments, but also more opportunities and stability for the Iranian “people”, especially the middle class that has been the hardest hit victim of the regime’s actions and international community’s reactions. We all envisioned more negotiations and more agreements on issues such as regional peace, #humanrights, women’s rights, rights of religious and ethnic minorities within and outside of Iran. We believed with this détente Iranian people would be able to once again redeem their sense of stability and yearning for a better life, making them the vanguards of progressive movements in the region as they were in the 20th century.
BUT, we also were joyful as #IranianAmericans! We were happy that after four decades of being major contributors to this great nation’s economy, culture and sciences, the community would be able to take its rightful place in the tapestry of the #AmericanDream. We envisioned:
No more demonization!
No more fear of what tomorrow would bring!
No more belittling of a nation that was amongst the first to hold a vigil for the victims of #Sep11!
No more taking the side of those who do harm to America, while ignoring a thriving, patriotic community!
Acceptance!
On October 13, 2017, I am saddened with grief and sorrow, as I hear the Iranian “nation” (nation meaning “a large aggregate of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory.”) is referred to as a “terrorist nation” and the #PersianGulf called the “Arabian Gulf” to appease those who truly don’t have the best of #America in mind. My dreams are shattered and my heart is broken, but we will NEVER GIVE UP!
#BitaMilanian
#IAmAnImmigrant #IloveAmerica #iloveiran
#ایران #ایران_من #ایران_زمین

On top of the matter
#IAmAnImmigrant
#IFeelLikePablo

Kiedy zaczynasz sie cieszyć, ze kupiłaś smalec...hmmm😂 when you are happy that you found traditional polish and russian food in Germany #polishfood #russianfood #yummy #iamanimmigrant #ilovewürzburg #mniam #slavicblood #happy #русскаяeда #икра

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10.13.17
On Jul 14, 2015 we were all overjoyed with hope that the signing of the #IranDeal and the re-entry of #Iran into the international community would lead not only to better relations for the governments, but also more opportunities and stability for the Iranian “people”, especially the middle class that has been the hardest hit victim of the regime’s actions and international community’s reactions. We all envisioned more negotiations and more agreements on issues such as regional peace, #humanrights, women’s rights, rights of religious and ethnic minorities within and outside of Iran. We believed with this détente Iranian people would be able to once again redeem their sense of stability and yearning for a better life, making them the vanguards of progressive movements in the region as they were in the 20th century.
BUT, we also were joyful as #IranianAmericans! We were happy that after four decades of being major contributors to this great nation’s economy, culture and sciences, the community would be able to take its rightful place in the tapestry of the #AmericanDream. We envisioned:
No more demonization!
No more fear of what tomorrow would bring!
No more belittling of a nation that was amongst the first to hold a vigil for the victims of #Sep11!
No more taking the side of those who do harm to America, while ignoring a thriving, patriotic community!
Acceptance!
On October 13, 2017, I am saddened with grief and sorrow, as I hear the Iranian “nation” (nation meaning “a large aggregate of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory.”) is referred to as a “terrorist nation” and the #PersianGulf called the “Arabian Gulf” to appease those who truly don’t have the best of #America in mind. My dreams are shattered and my heart is broken, but we will NEVER GIVE UP!
#BitaMilanian
#IAmAnImmigrant #IloveAmerica #iloveiran
#ایران #ایران_من #ایران_زمین

They call Phoenix the Sky harbor. Really glad to be heading back home.

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