After 7 years of invaluable service our Litigation Director, Kevin Vodak, will leave the CAIR-Chicago family on Friday.
CAIR-Chicago extends its gratitude to all of the volunteers and interns that have given their time and effort to help advance our mission.
CAIR-Chicago is looking for a Youth Development Fellow to work closely with the Outreach Coordinator in building and maintaining the Muslim Youth Leadership Symposium (MYLS) initiative, as well as other development programs targeting youth ages 13-19.
Students from U.K. learned how community organizations, educational institutions, private groups, and government agencies are cultivating leadership and empowering young Muslims in America to promote positive change.
The Indian American Bar Association and the Muslim Bar Association of Chicago met at CAIR-Chicago with a diverse group of attorneys, community leaders, activists and other professionals for an interactive discussion on civil rights issues the South Asian American community faces today.
The Trial Attorney in CAIR-Chicago’s Civil Rights Department develops strategies for cases reported to the Department, represents complainants who have experienced discrimination, and facilitates resolutions ranging from proactive measures to full litigation of complaints in court.
CAIR-Chicago’s Litigation Director, Kevin Vodak, presented at a lunchtime discussion at the University of Chicago Law School.
On the 100th anniversary of these tragic events, in which some 1.5 million people died as a result of intentional killings, systematic abuse, forced migration, or starvation, we express our solidarity with the Armenian people.
Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson had the pleasure of serving on a panel that welcomed a delegation of community leaders from the Republic of Georgia.
In this internship a student will learn to observe media and world events with a critical eye and create a weekly editorial cartoon for The Chicago Monitor.