When can an Airbnb rental make a commentary about the U.S. president’s anti-refugee rhetoric and actions and implore world leaders to do more to address the unprecedented crisis?

When the property is President Donald Trump’s boyhood home in Queens, New York, and Oxfam is using it to spotlight the journeys four refugees from Syria, Somalia, and Vietnam have faced.

The house, built by the president’s father in 1940, is in a neighborhood called Jamaica Estates, and is now available to anyone who has $750 to spend on a night’s accommodation.

Shannon Scribner, Oxfam America’s acting director for humanitarian programs and policy, said that her group rented to the home this week “to declare that all people, refugees included, have the right to a safe place to call home.”