It is critical that every American make their voice heard, and that every eligible voter exercise this right that civil rights activists fought so hard for.
The Fast-A-Thon calls on students and faculty to abstain from all food and drink from sunrise to sunset that Tuesday in order to show support and solidarity for those who suffer from hunger around the world. Join CAIR-Chicago and Loyola University for free food and giveaways!
CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab will be at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to present a lecture on the recent anti-Muslim film “The Innocence of Muslims”, the Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) teachings, and East-West relations.
Illinois is home to the Midwest’s largest Asian American population, which grew by 41% in the last 10 years! This election year, help protect the voting rights of the Asian American community so that their political voice can be fully heard!
Join CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director this Tuesday at DePaul University to discuss the Arab Spring and its aftermath. It was almost two years ago that the historic uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East changed the face of the region.
Join us for a discussion about how to make your creative aspirations a reality with our featured guest, Nura Maznavi, an attorney and editor of the book Love InshAllah: The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women.
On Tuesday, November 13, 2012, CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab will be awarded the Prophetic Leadership Award by Arise Chicago.
CAIR-Chicago’s viewing party not only offered a chance for the community to watch the debate in a space other than their home, but it also gave the community an opportunity to express their views while exchanging and sharing their ideas on pertinent issues facing Americans.
Graham Cracker Comics recently hosted,”Parallel universes: Drawing connections with comic books and real life undocumented heroes.”
Ahmed Rehab spoke at “Understanding Islamophobia in America,” which took place this past Friday at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to raise awareness of the spread of intolerance against Muslims that is steadily on the rise.