Friday, November 15th saw CAIR-Chicago open its doors to visitors interested in the work of the organization.
On Wednesday, November 20th, Rabya Khan visited Aqsa High School with Dima Khalidi to conduct a Know Your Rights workshop for students.
CAIR-Chicago is currently seeking Communications, Outreach, and Government Affairs interns who want to work on defending the civil liberties of Muslim Americans, and the civil rights of all Americans.
CAIR-Chicago is seeking a part-time Youth Development Fellow. Extended application deadline: 8pm CST on December 1st.
Asaf Bar-Tura from the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs communicates the importance of the long-standing partnership between his organization and CAIR-Chicago.
CAIR-Chicago is seeking two Public Interest Law Initiative (PILI) fellows for the Summer of 2014. Apply today!
Come by to meet the staff, tour the offices, and learn more about how we pursue our mission to defend civil rights, fight bigotry and promote tolerance.
Litigation Director Kevin Vodak explains how covert immigration policies have translated into institutionalized discrimination against Muslims.
CAIR-Chicago's Civil Rights Department recently helped resolve citizenship delay cases for three individuals.
Litigation Director Kevin Vodak will be speaking at a free event on the USCIS's recent policy's effects on Muslim immigrants seeking citizenship in the U.S. (CLE credits pending).