On March 12, 2015, Palestinian American community organizer and women’s leader Rasmea Odeh was sentenced to 18 months in prison after an unjust conviction last November, but she is challenging that conviction, and her many supporters have helped her remain free on bond, pending the outcome of her appeal. She is back home to her community in Chicago, and back to her work with the Arab Women’s Committee.
ELECTION DAY is Tomorrow, February 24! See CAIR-Chicago’s Mayoral Scorecard!
LAST DAY for Early Voting AND Grace Period Registration is Saturday, February 21
ELECTION DAY is February 24
After the murder of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, this Tuesday, and continued concern about threats and hate messages being sent in the Chicago area and on social media, CAIR-Chicago reiterates the necessity for local Muslims to be aware of and report any and all threats or hostile behavior.
CAIR-Chicago is working with local law enforcement and the FBI Chicago office on recent social media violent threats against the against a south suburban mosque.
Election judges run polling places. They solve problems and make sure every vote is counted. Over 700 college students in Chicago served in 2014. Be part of the next generation of democracy.
A Muslim-American doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology is conducting research on factors that may influence the mental health of Muslim-Americans living in the U.S.
The research fellow at CAIR-Chicago is conducting her thesis research on Muslim Americans and the effects of discrimination on mental health. Please complete the survey and pass it along to friends and family who may be interested.
Download the CAIR-Chicago 2014 General Election Voter Guide Here! Make your voice heard! Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 4th! Polls open from 6AM to 7PM! Ready to vote? Find your polling place! Have you received your voting information card? Check your voter registration status here. Seeking to empower voters to make more informed decisions, [...]