Unless action is taken to amend the Voting Rights Act, there is a potential for voting rights to no longer be protected, especially for historically disadvantaged communities. Contact your representatives today!
The Council on American Islamic Relations would like to applaud the Senate for passing the immigration reform bill and looks forward to its pass in the House.
On Tuesday, June 25, the County announced its agreement to a monetary settlement of $445,000 with CAIR-Chicago’s client, the Irshad Learning Center.
The DuPage County Board has reached a $445,000 settlement with the Irshad Learning Center.
In light of the success of CAIR-Chicago’s case against DuPage County on behalf of the Irshad Learning Center, the County Board on Tuesday reversed its position and approved plans for an Islamic prayer center near West Chicago.
RSVP and join CAIR-Chicago for its festive “Taste of Ramadan” iftar on July 17th, 2013.
This Ramadan make a difference in the lives of new Muslims. Donate to CAIR-Chicago’s Prison Project.
On Wednesday, June 26, CAIR-Chicago staff, law clerks, and interns attended the first Chicago City Council Asian American Caucus press conference at city hall.
The Office of the Governor is presenting an informational workshop that will focus on how to get a job with the state of Illinois on June 26th.
Join CAIR-Chicago staff, interns, law clerks and supporters to attend a press conference for the first Chicago Asian American Caucus at City Hall on June 26th.