>> No more wars. No more fears. Refugees are welcome here.>> Solidarity rang loud and clear in front of the White House on Saturday as about 100 people protested against President Donald Trump's travel ban. The policy blocks entry into the US of people from six Muslim majority countries Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.
Activist Yasmine Tayib.>> We all know that this administration's Muslim and refugee bans are discriminatory, unconstituional and flat out unacceptable.>> The rally marked the first anniversary of Trump's first attempt to launch the policy which he has said is critical to national security.>> What do we want?
>> Justice.>> His executive action sparked chaos at airports across the country. Legal challenges later prompted several revisions with this third version due to go before the US Supreme Court in April.>>
> Protesters also participated in the call to prayer on Saturday. Sodo Mohammed, a recently naturalized US citizen from Somalia said she misses her family and wishes they could join her.
>> After Trump administration took over the office last year, it's been hectic and now I feel hopeless that I can never bring them, but good thing that I've become a US citizen this week, so I can always go back and visit them. So there's hope too.>> A feeling shared by many here seeking to raise awareness to bring an end to the President's policy.