In a direct address to President Trump, Muslim teens and young adults talk opportunity, family and how "being Muslim and being an American is something that is not contradictory."
This video is the final piece in a series of 3.
Muslim Kids and the Trump Travel Ban
"They thought America was the land of the free. They thought they would come here to peace and freedom; and with Donald Trump as president, they've been proven wrong," said 18-year-old Aya Mansour, whose Syrian relatives reside in the United States on visas and live in fear of deportation.
Muslims in Georgia, from 16 to 21 years of age, share their thoughts on President Trump's seven-nation travel ban that was signed on Jan. 27 and its ensuing backlash.
This video is part 2 in a series of 3.
Young Muslims Speak Out
Teens and young adults in Georgia set the record straight about Islam and speak candidly about what it means to be young and Muslim. This video is part 1 in a series of 3.