Interns participated in the rare opportunity of getting to meet various professionals and had hands-on workshops in their respective fields of interest. The CAIR-Chicago team each organized an Immersion Day for interns, focusing on their respective departments’ industry.
During tough times, nothing envigorates us and propels us forward than the support of our community and its belief in our work. Our driving force has always been to make you proud; we work for you.
CAIR-Chicago’s Civil Rights Director, Christina Abraham, is interviewed about Syria’s various ethnic and religious groups and how the uprising has affected relations between them.
We are currently accepting applications for our fall internship program! Make sure to submit your application by August 31st!
Numerous organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the United States Department of Justice filed lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the Arizona law and asking for an injunction to prevent the law from going into effect.
Twelve British high school students came to CAIR-Chicago on July 18 as a part of a U.K.-U.S. Youth Dialogue program exploring diversity, immigration, interfaith dialogue, community engagement and volunteerism.
CAIR-Chicago recently hosted an international delegation from the Middle East, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
Staff Attorney Rabya Khan led a Know Your Rights training on July 7 for a Young Muslims conference. The event was a part of CAIR-Chicago’s summer Know Your Rights campaign.
On July 9th, Staff Attorney Rabya Khan led youth from the Arab American Action Network through a “Know Your Rights” workshop at CAIR-Chicago.
This article is the second in a summer series of “Know Your Rights” pieces that detail essential civil liberties that are granted to U.S. citizens.