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Tuesday, February 10, 12pm-1:30pm Chicago-Kent College of Law, 565 W. Adams St, Rm C20

In Honor of Fred Korematsu Day, a Special Screening: Of Civil Wrongs & Rights

Tuesday, February 10, 12pm-1:30pm Chicago-Kent College of Law, 565 W. Adams St, Rm C20
CAIR-Chicago held its annual banquet in Oak Brook Terrace. The banquet was a chance to celebrate CAIR's achievements over the past 11 years and the diversity of the Muslim community.

ABC7: CAIR Banquet Celebrates Diversity of Muslim Community

CAIR-Chicago held its annual banquet in Oak Brook Terrace. The banquet was a chance to celebrate CAIR's achievements over the past 11 years and the diversity of the Muslim community.
CAIR-Chicago is working with local law enforcement and the FBI Chicago office on recent social media violent threats against a south suburban mosque.

ABC 7: CAIR-Chicago Says Threats Triggered Security Alert for Local Mosques (VIDEO)

CAIR-Chicago is working with local law enforcement and the FBI Chicago office on recent social media violent threats against a south suburban mosque.
CAIR-Chicago is working with local law enforcement and the FBI Chicago office on recent social media violent threats against the against a south suburban mosque.

COMMUNITY ALERT: VIOLENT THREATS AGAINST MOSQUE

CAIR-Chicago is working with local law enforcement and the FBI Chicago office on recent social media violent threats against the against a south suburban mosque.
Whether purposeful or unwitting — which is quite possible by the way — our disposition to the narrative of the East/West divide, the invading hordes, the clash of civilizations is a timid yet omnipresent undercurrent in mainstream consciousness.

Patheos: Charlie Hebdo, Boko Haram and Three Uncomfortable Questions

Whether purposeful or unwitting — which is quite possible by the way — our disposition to the narrative of the East/West divide, the invading hordes, the clash of civilizations is a timid yet omnipresent undercurrent in mainstream consciousness.
Ahmed Rehab, executive director of the Chicago chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, says he was not necessarily “emotionally offended” by the cartoons, but he did find them to be “in poor taste.”

MuslimVillage.com: Paris Attack Condemned Across Muslim World

Ahmed Rehab, executive director of the Chicago chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, says he was not necessarily “emotionally offended” by the cartoons, but he did find them to be “in poor taste.”
I am not Charlie. I am not the terrorist either. I do not have to be Charlie to loathe the terrorists, and I do not have to resort to terrorism to register my displeasure with Charlie.

Huffington Post: Who’s Gunning for the Francophile Anti-Islamophobe?

I am not Charlie. I am not the terrorist either. I do not have to be Charlie to loathe the terrorists, and I do not have to resort to terrorism to register my displeasure with Charlie.
Yet, whenever there’s an Islamic radical attack, those who fear Muslims anyway demand some sort of collective denouncement from them, as a body, a situation best summed up by Ahmed Rehab, executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations in Chicago.

Sun-Times: Defeating ISIS, one mom at a time

Yet, whenever there’s an Islamic radical attack, those who fear Muslims anyway demand some sort of collective denouncement from them, as a body, a situation best summed up by Ahmed Rehab, executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations in Chicago.
The Chicago Board of Elections is recruiting bilingual (English+) Hindi, Gujarati and Urdu speaking individuals to serve as election judges in particular neighborhood precincts for voters with limited proficiency in English during the February 24th, 2015 Municipal Election.

Speak a South-Asian Language? Make Elections Better: Get Paid For It!

The Chicago Board of Elections is recruiting bilingual (English+) Hindi, Gujarati and Urdu speaking individuals to serve as election judges in particular neighborhood precincts for voters with limited proficiency in English during the February 24th, 2015 Municipal Election.
This Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day brought together youth and educators from across Chicagoland at an event hosted at CAIR-Chicago’s Azima Center.

CAIR-Chicago Hosts Interfaith Event to Honor MLK

This Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day brought together youth and educators from across Chicagoland at an event hosted at CAIR-Chicago’s Azima Center.
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