Wisam Beauti, leader of the Muslim Student Association at the University of Southern Mississippi, speaks before a crowd gathered to protest the Trump administration's ban on Muslim immigrants and refugees on January 30, 2017. Photo by Ashton Pittman.
Rev. Brad Corban of Court Street United Methodist Church in Hattiesburg decries the Trump administration's Muslim ban and calls on Christians to recognize their "privilege" and stand up against oppression at the University of Southern Mississippi on January 30, 2017. Photo by Ashton Pittman.
At a vigil, a Muslim resident looks on as fellow Hattiesburg residents and University of Southern Mississippi students protest the Trump administration's ban on Muslim refugees and immigrants on January 30, 2017. Photo by Ashton Pittman.
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