WHAT: Muslim Prayer Service for Imam W. Deen Mohammed
CAIR-Chicago recently hosted its Summer 2008 Appreciation Day, where staff members, interns, and volunteer activists (VAs) spent the afternoon picnicking in Grant Park.
On August 21st, CAIR-Chicago will receive at its downtown office a delegation of graduate students and Islamic educators from Jordan. The all-women delegation wishes to learn more about CAIR’s efforts to advance the political rights of the Muslim community, as well as how Muslims engage in the political process, locally and nationally, in the United States.
Feature 261 Café Finjan is a series of interfaith arts exchanges, begun in 2004 by the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA) as part of its Jewish-Muslim Community-Building Initiative.
Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, will be taking part in CAIR-California’s 4th annual Muslim Youth Leadership Program (MYPL) which is taking place this week from August 14-17th, 2008.
The UNITY ’08 Convention will be the largest gathering of journalists of color. Nearly 10,000 journalists and media executives will meet to discuss timely issues affecting journalism and the media industry.
On Thursday, July 17, CAIR-Chicago, in cooperation with other organizations, will co-sponsor its fourth biannual blood drive at the Downtown Islamic Center in Chicago, Ill.
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.