CAIR-Chicago Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson participated in a cultural forum entitled, “Who are my Muslim neighbors?,” at Hanover Park on Saturday.
Gerald Hankerson, outreach coordinator for CAIR-Chicago, spoke Saturday at Hanover Park’s forum called, “Who are my Muslim neighbors?” at village hall. The event was sponsored by the village’s Cultural Inclusion & Diversity Committee.
Believing a dialogue should take place to form a deeper understanding of Hanover Park’s own Muslim residents, and hopefully prevent them from becoming future targets, village leaders put together a cultural forum, “Who are my Muslim Neighbors?”
This Saturday, September 22nd, CAIR-Chicago Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson will participate in a cultural forum entitled, “Who are my Muslim neighbors?”, being sponsored by the village’s Cultural Inclusion and Diversity Committee.
Communications Intern, Isamar Mendoza, interviewed CAIR-Chicago staff and interns who are celebrating Ramadan and asked what it means to them.
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 Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson and six interns protested the human rights abuses in Syria at an Amnesty International rally and press conference on June 14.
Join CAIR-Chicago’s Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson who will speak at “Youth Power: A Story Slam” this Tuesday. Hankerson will discuss his role as a community organizer and activist.
For summer 2012, all departments of CAIR-Chicago were together for an organization-wide internship orientation. Each season, CAIR-Chicago offers internships within its communications, civil rights, government affairs, operations, outreach and executive departments.
CAIR-Chicago’s Outreach Coordinator, Gerald Hankerson presented “Practical skills for transforming civil society; integrating faith, diversity and social action.” for PYLP on April 18th.