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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.
Come work for your community in a positive, fun environment, and earn a FREE ticket to the event!

Earn a FREE Ticket Volunteer at Our Annual Banquet!

Come work for your community in a positive, fun environment, and earn a FREE ticket to the event!
CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, responds to recent attack on the French publication Charlie Hebdo. The heinous crime left 12 dead and lead to a bloody manhunt across Paris.

NBC5 & CBS2: CAIR-Chicago Responds to Paris Attacks (Video)

CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, responds to recent attack on the French publication Charlie Hebdo. The heinous crime left 12 dead and lead to a bloody manhunt across Paris.
Through an examination of the similarities between the WWII incarceration experience of Japanese Americans and the post-9/11 experience of the Muslim Americans, Bridging Communities builds solidarity between these two communities.

Bridging Communities

Through an examination of the similarities between the WWII incarceration experience of Japanese Americans and the post-9/11 experience of the Muslim Americans, Bridging Communities builds solidarity between these two communities.
Election judges run polling places. They solve problems and make sure every vote is counted. Over 700 college students in Chicago served in 2014. Be part of the next generation of democracy.

Make Elections Better: Get Paid For It

Election judges run polling places. They solve problems and make sure every vote is counted. Over 700 college students in Chicago served in 2014. Be part of the next generation of democracy.
A Chicago Coalition to Shut Down Guantanamo Event with Andy Worthington, Candace Gorman and Debra Sweet.

How To Shut Down Guantanamo

A Chicago Coalition to Shut Down Guantanamo Event with Andy Worthington, Candace Gorman and Debra Sweet.
Join us in honoring Dr. King’s dream for a better world by discussing interfaith peace with Chicago-area Jews, Muslims and Christians.

Help Honor Martin Luther King Jr. on January 19th

Join us in honoring Dr. King’s dream for a better world by discussing interfaith peace with Chicago-area Jews, Muslims and Christians.