Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, one of the few heroes in the Flint water crisis, is the daughter of immigrants. According to Facebook, her mother is from Baghdad.

In other words, the kind of family Donald Trump and his fans are inclined to discriminate against.

Dr. Hanna-Attisha is the pediatric residency director at Hurley Children’s Medical Center, studied environmental health as an undergrad at University of Michigan and has a master’s degree in public health. (Her husband Elliot is also a pediatrician who works with Henry Ford Health System and the Children’s Health Fund to provide school-based and mobile pediatric care to Detroit’s underserved children.)

Her enterprising role in the Flint water crisis may have saved the lives of thousands of children. She’s exactly the kind of person that immigrant families so often give our nation:

To us, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha is a shining example of what it means to be an American, but not to the bigoted mindset of Trump and his many supporters.