Join CAIR-Chicago and Rasmea Odeh’s long list of supporters in solidarity on April 19th.
Learn about nonprofit governance and board oversight, best practices when accepting, managing, and disbursing charitable contributions, and more.
On Friday, March 3, CAIR-Chicago’s Staff Attorney Rabya Khan participated in the first annual career fair sponsored by the Islamic Foundation School’s National Honor Society.
Please be a part of the solution. This program will raise funds to establish a Strategic Communication Center for the Muslim community,
to do effective crisis management, to build bridges of understanding, as well as to train and place young Muslims in media.
CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director Ahmed Rehab spoke to Northwestern Law School’s Student Bar Association on Tuesday, February 17th.
On February 11, CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab was a panelist for an event hosted at Purdue University. Approximately 400 people were in attendance to see Rehab discuss the threat ISIS, along with Professor of Islamic Studies Scott Alexander, and author, attorney, and political philosopher Rafia Zakaria.
Through an examination of the similarities between the WWII incarceration experience of Japanese Americans and the post-9/11 experience of the Muslim Americans, Bridging Communities builds solidarity between these two communities.
CAIR-Chicago invites you to attend a FREE workshop presented by Silk Road Rising. Complimentary refreshments will be served!
Poll watchers investigate precincts on Election Day to ensure language access needs are met and civil rights are respected.
The tragic murder of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on Tuesday night has deeply saddened communities of all faiths across the nation. After mainstream media failed to give proper attention to the tragic event, social media campaigns and national advocacy efforts brought the incident into the mainstream spotlight.