This Friday, February 3, online music marketplace Bandcamp will donate 100% of its share proceeds from all sales on the website to the ACLU. This is a direct response to President Trump's immigration ban, with Bandcamp founder/CEO Ethan Diamond writing, "it is an unequivocal moral wrong, a cynical attempt to sow division among the American people, and is in direct opposition to the principles of a country where the tenet of religious freedom is written directly into the Constitution. This is not who we are, and it is not what we believe in. We at Bandcamp oppose the ban wholeheartedly, and extend our support to those whose lives have been upended." You can read Diamond's whole statement here, which includes Bandcamp offerings from musicians from the countries affected by the ban, as well as Mexico.

UPDATE: Over 200 artists and labels have also pledged to donate their Bandcamp profits from February 3 to the ACLU and other organizations supporting immigrants and refugees, Anti-, Four Tet, Kill Rock Stars, Los Campesinos!, Merge, Mexican Summer, Pinegrove, Sad13, Speedy Ortiz, Sub Pop, Xiu Xiu, and more. Check out the full list on Bandcamp.

Related: Sia helped raise $300,000 for the ACLU this week.

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