Parts of President Trump’s travel ban went into effect last week, but the change might be temporary. The U.S. Supreme Court lifted an injunction on the ban and will review the case this fall. The revised ban temporarily affects some travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries. We talked about the ban with Paedia Mixon, the CEO of New American Pathways, a refugee resettlement agency in Atlanta. We also checked in with Luma Mufleh, the founder of Fugees Academy, a school for refugee children in Clarkston, Georgia.