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Reserve Your Ticket for FREE Theater Event: Mosque Alert!

CAIR-Chicago invites you to attend a FREE workshop presented by Silk Road Rising. Complimentary refreshments will be served!

CAIR-Chicago Releases 2014 Annual Report

CAIR-Chicago presented its 2014 Annual Report at the 11th Annual Banquet on Saturday, February, 7th. Now it is available in PDF form online for your viewing pleasure!

ACTION ALERT: Vote Tomorrow, Download Our Mayoral Scorecard!

ELECTION DAY is Tomorrow, February 24! See CAIR-Chicago’s Mayoral Scorecard!

CAIR-Chicago to Hold Press Conference on Hate Incidents Targeting Illinois Muslims

The Chicago chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago) will hold a press conference today on a series of hate incidents reported to its office recently. In all cases, CAIR-Chicago took statements from the victims and reported the incidents to the local police and the FBI.

ACTION ALERT: Vote in Chicago’s 2015 Municipal Elections!

LAST DAY for Early Voting AND Grace Period Registration is Saturday, February 21
ELECTION DAY is February 24

Want to help protect the voting rights of Asian Americans?

Poll watchers investigate precincts on Election Day to ensure language access needs are met and civil rights are respected.

CAIR-Chicago’s 11th Annual Banquet Round-up [photos]

We wish to thank you for making our 11th Annual Banquet a memorable and enjoyable evening! The feedback has been positive with some suggesting that this was one of the most diverse Muslim galas in Chicago.

2015: 75 Public Officials Endorse Our Work!

Come see what public officials are saying about CAIR-Chicago!

Welcome Chicago Ideas Week!

This week the streets around CAIR-Chicago’s office, have been painted yellow with the brightly t-shirted fans of Chicago Ideas Week (CIW).

Local Film Turns Camera On Surveillance

In Bridgeview and Justice, Illinois, members of the Arab-American community have lived under surveillance for nearly twenty years. Assia Boundaoui grew up there.

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