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.
Kevin Vodak, CAIR-Chicago’s Litigation Director, defends the Irshad Learning Center near Naperville and aims to help them restore the center with a conditional-use permit.
CAIR-Chicago Litigation Director Kevin Vodak has been actively working with a coalition of groups to improve the work of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in protecting immigrant workers and those facing workplace discrimination based on their national origin.
Naperville Television 17 reports on the current status of the Irshad Learning Center’s developments in the Naperville community.
The Daily Herald reports on CAIR-Chicago’s efforts in reversing the decision by DuPage County’s board to reject a planned Islamic education facility near Naperville.
WBEZ 91.5 FM reports on a Federal judge decision that DuPage County’s zoning denial is ‘arbitrary and capricious.’
CBS Chicago reports on the ruling by a federal judge that voted in favor of a suburban Islamic religious center and their right to open.
CAIR-Chicago is pleased to announce the decision by Federal District Court Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer on Friday, March 29, 2013, granting summary judgment to its client the Irshad Learning Center, which is an Islamic religious institution primarily serving the Iranian community.
Litigation Director Kevin Vodak and Staff Attorney Rabya Khan will participate in a panel called “Strategic Advocacy for Muslim and Immigrant Communities with Law Enforcement” at the National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA) Conference on Friday December 7.