February 13, 2017
One of the many organizations thrown into chaos last week because of the Trump Administration’s travel ban was the Arab-American Family Support Center, in Brooklyn. “It’s been incredibly hectic,” Ambreen Qureshi, the center’s deputy executive director, said recently. Her office had been inundated with stories of anti-Muslim harassment and travel emergencies. “A lot of anxiety, a lot of worry, stress, tension,” she said.