As the orange-tinted trash heap that is Donald Trump's presidency continues to unfold, the immigration ban he put in place through executive order on Friday night has taken front and center across the world this weekend.
From all corners of the globe, and all seven of the countries now on the ban list, people are coming out to oppose The Donald's patently unconstitutional and bigoted policies.
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Now, British Olympian runner Mo Farah is coming out against the ban — and sharing how it personally will affect him and his family, because he was born and raised in Somalia, which is one of the seven countries on Trump's list.
Farah took to Facebook to write a passionate, moving post about it which you need to read (below):
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Despite not having a gun, he sure managed to cause a lot of damage…
By now, you've surely heard about the Ohio State University car and knife attack that left 11 people hospitalized early Monday morning.
Somali refugee Abdul Artan was identified as the driver/stabber shortly after he was pronounced dead at the scene… and we're actually just surprised it took white supremacists more than a day to blame his terrible decision on his national background.
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Of course, President-elect Donald Trump is never one to disappoint, which is exactly why he took a stand against immigration once again on Twitter Wednesday morning.
After discovering that the supposed 18-year-old and six of his family members came to America in 2014, the racist Republican continued his parade of hate speech on social media, saying:
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About a bazillion photos get taken every day but you’re looking at (above) what the World Press Photo Academy is calling the greatest picture taken all YEAR!
Wow! That’s saying something!
The shot was snapped by American photographer John Stanmeyer along the shore of Djibouti. It shows eight Africans holding their phones to the sky while attempting to capture a cell signal from Somalia.
K, that’s pretty friggin’ cool!
The pic originally ran in National Geographic and was chosen by a jury panel, including judge and fellow photo enthusiast Susan Linfield. She explained why Stanmeyer’s shot took top prize, saying:
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Scarlett Johansson, an Oxfam Ambassador, traveled to Kenya recently to see the emergency relief organization's life-saving work in response to the devastating drought affecting East Africa.
Since escalating to famine, 13 million lives are at risk throughout Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia.
The actress visited the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya where tens of thousands of Somali refugees have arrived and the experience is nothing short of eye-opening.
Check out the video above for a glimpse of ScarJo's efforts with Oxfam, then click here for more information about the food crisis facing East Africa and how you can help!
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Iman has teamed up with nOir Jewelry and Modelinia to create a Beautiful Friends Forever bracelet to raise awareness for the devastating famine in her home country of Somalia.
To help spread the word models including Christy Turlington, Coco Rocha, Doutzen Kroes and Lily Aldridge to help launch the BFF bracelet.
The blue and white bracelet (the colors of Somalia's flag) can be purchased at nOir Jewelry starting today or Endless and Curve boutiques on September 12th.
All of the proceeds from the sale of the bracelet will be donated to Save The Children, an organization that is distributing life-saving water and treating malnourished children affected by the drought and famine in East Africa.
[Image via Jeffrey Clark Grossman/WENN.]
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After an Islamic militia ordered radio stations to stop playing music in Somalia, two stations in the capital of Mogadishu closed out of fear and left others uncertain of their futures!
The government quickly rescinded the order, but the future of the radio stations is unknown because according to a Somali radio director "each side is telling you to do his bidding. We are confused. We don't know what will come next.
Hizbul Islam had labeled music un-Islamic when they issued their edict, but the government is telling the radio stations that they can resume operations.
The Somali government has been unstable for quite some time and some fear that they cannot protect its civilians from the violence running rampant in the country.
[Image via AP Images.]
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