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CAIR-Chicago Director of Communications to speak at Loyola University
March 21, 2006

Islam Awareness Week: Are the Headlines True?

A Discussion of Current Events and the Difference between Faith and Fanaticism. In a recent poll by ABC, 46% of Americans have reported having a negative perception of Muslims. Many believe Islam is a religion that preaches hate and violence. What are the causes of this negative perception? Are there any media biases? What can be done?

When: Wednesday March 22, 2006
Where: The Centennial Forum Student Center
               Loyola University of Chicago
                6525 N. Sheridan Road
                Chicago, IL
Time: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

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