Jamil Khoury of Silk Road Rising responds to a review by Hedy Weiss, a Chicago Sun-Times theater critic, in which she advocates for racial profiling to prevent terrorism.
Fox News’ recent interview with Reza Aslan caused waves in the internet world as outwardly Islamophobic. Communications Intern Shaiesha Moore explores the more subtle forms of Islamophobia present in the media that often go unnoticed.
One year since the tragedy at an Oak Creek, WI Gurdwara, American Muslims continue to stand with their Sikh brothers and sisters in the ongoing fight to end discrimination.
The American Islamic College, located in Chicago, boasts exceptional professors, captivating courses, and scholarships.
CAIR-Chicago and the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms (NCPCF) joined together to hold an iftar dinner in solidarity with prisoners on hunger strike in Pelican Bay, Guantanamo Bay, and Palestine.
CAIR-Chicago is proud to announce that Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson has accepted an invitation to serve on UIC’s African American Leadership Council.
The Civil Rights Department at CAIR-Chicago has resolved more than 220 citizenship delay cases as well as cases involving employment discrimination. Read more about the legal team’s successes.
Voice of America-Bahasa Indonesia wrote about CAIR-Chicago’s fifth annual ‘Taste of Chicago’ on July 17, providing iftar to 300 people at CAIR-Chicago’s office in downtown Chicago.
Join CAIR-Chicago and the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms (NCPCF) on Monday, July 29, 2013 for an iftar dinner in solidarity with prisoners on hunger strike in Pelican Bay, Guantanamo Bay, and Palestine.
Check out this interview with Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson and Yahala Voice about the “Taste of Ramadan” Iftar.