Come and join us in the Launch of a National Campaign to register and mobilize Immigrant Voters in order to win full citizenship for immigrants in the U.S.
CAIR-Chicago will join the strikers of the Congress Hotel and UNITE HERE Local 1 as they continue to demonstrate for social justice and fairness.
The Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges Conference, sponsored by the Chicago Bar Association, will cover various topics regarding increasing diversity and raising awareness on issues important to different communities.
We invite vibrant Jewish and Muslim individuals to join the group and bring creative ideas and a progressive attitude to our discussions and action!
Continuing its partnership with the International Visitors Center of Chicago, CAIR-Chicago will host a scholar from France on April 29, 2008.
WHAT: Faith Based Activism: Muslim Americans Today
WHAT: “Women’s Rights in Islam” Lecture and Discussion
May Day is synonymous with International Workers’ Day, or Labor Day, which celebrates the social and economic achievements of the labor movement such as the recognition of the eight hour work day.
CAIR-Chicago Sensitivity Training Coordinator, Veronica Zapata will be lecturing on the subject of “Understanding Islam and Muslim Students” as a part of a new course at Loyola University set to begin April 5, 2008. The course aims to increase the understanding of non-Muslim educators and intellectuals throughout the Chicagoland area and nearby suburbs.
CAIR and the Bosnian-American community representatives will provide an informational workshop on community development, voting empowerment opportunities and its effects, and the purpose of the Bosnian-American Advisory Council on Bosnia and Herzegovina in Washington D.C.