Nike condemns Trump's travel ban. This is what it has to say

Nike believes in a world where everyone celebrates the power of diversity. Regardless of whether Or how you worship. where you come from Or who you love, said the statement

Reacting on the ban imposed on the nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for next 90 days, Footwear company Nike has put a statement that says “Nike believes in a world where everyone celebrates the power of diversity. Regardless of whether Or how you worship. where you come from Or who you love, everyone’s individual experience is what make us stronger as a whole.”

Those values are being threatened by the recent executive order in the U.S. banning refugees, as well as visitors, from seven Muslim-majority countries. This is a policy we don’t support. And I know we’re all asking what this means for our future. for our friends. Our families and Our broader community.

Remembering four time gold medalist, MO Farah, the letter signed by Mark Parker, President and CEO, Nike Inc. stated, “Today. I’m thinking of everyone who is impacted. like Sir MO Farah. Mo. four-time Olympic gold medalist. now lives in Oregon with his family. He was born in Somalia and moved to Britain when he was eight. He has dedicated his life to competing for his adopted country. ”

Nike believes in a world where everyone celebrates the power of diversity. Regardless of whether Or how you worship. where you come from Or who you love, everyone’s individual experience is what make us stronger as a whole.

It added, “Those values are being threatened by the recent executive order in the U.S. banning refugees, as well as visitors, from seven Muslim-majority countries. This is a policy we don’t support. And I know we’re all asking what this means for our future. for our friends. Our families and Our broader community.”

Today. I’m thinking of everyone who is impacted. like Sir MO Farah. Mo. four-time Olympic gold medalist. now lives in Oregon with his family. He was born in Somalia and moved to Britain when he was eight. He has dedicated his life to competing for his adopted country.

And yet, MO fears that he may not be allowed to return from his training camp in Ethiopia to see his wife and children in Portland. I was moved by the powerful statement MO shared this morning.

What MO will always have — what the entire Nike family can always count on — is the support of this company. We will do everything in our power to ensure the safety of every member Of Our family: Our colleagues. Our athletes and their loved ones.

Nike stands together against bigotry and any form of discrimination. We’ve learned that On the field Of play. where fairness and mutual respect are the rule, not the exception. Now. more than ever. let’s stand up for our values and remain open and inclusive as a brand and as a company.

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