Many American Muslims encounter workplace bullying – making it important to know your rights so that your career, livelihood, and emotional health will not be compromised.
Numerous organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the United States Department of Justice filed lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the Arizona law and asking for an injunction to prevent the law from going into effect.
The details of the NYPD’s surveillance program of American-Muslim communities have surfaced and prove its unconstitutionality.
CAIR-Chicago recently hosted an international delegation from the Middle East, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
Undocumented youth and the Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights comment on Obama’s new policy which offers new opportunities to over 800,000 young immigrants across the United States.
Staff Attorney Rabya Khan led a Know Your Rights training on July 7 for a Young Muslims conference. The event was a part of CAIR-Chicago’s summer Know Your Rights campaign.
Litigation Director Kevin Vodak resolved a delayed passport case, allowing an American Muslim to complete a long-awaited pilgrimage to Mecca.
When was the last time you heard about the indefinite detention provision in NDAA 2012? Maybe not for a while, but we’ll tell you why it’s important and how it affects your civil liberties.
This article is the second in a summer series of “Know Your Rights” pieces that detail essential civil liberties that are granted to U.S. citizens.
A recent federal court ruling granted the CIA the authority to withhold information regarding waterboarding and torture techniques used against detainees.