CAIR-Chicago, partner organizations and community members spent the long weekend reflecting on the legacy
CAIR-Chicago is looking for a Youth Development Fellow to build and maintain the Muslim Youth Leadership Symposium (MYLS) and other youth programs.
CAIR-Chicago Outreach Coordinater Gerald Hankerson discusses Muslim American involement in this election:
“Even with the election cycle there is much argument and debate whether Muslims should be involved. One way or another we are living here, and our life is being impacted by whether or not we decide to offer our voice and our balance. So most definitely religion may factor into it on certain issues, such as immigration reform, such as protecting first amendment rights, because we definitely want to see that our faith is not impeded for us to be truly considered Americans,”
DePaul’s Center for Interreligious Engagement (CIE) is hosting a panel discussion that will assess how academia shapes discourse on race and religion.
Join CAIR-Chicago at Islamic Community Center of Des Plaines for a brief informational session on the services CAIR-Chicago provides to the Muslim community.
Join CAIR-Chicago at Islamic Community Center of Illinois for a brief informational session on the services CAIR-Chicago provides to the Muslim community.
(CHICAGO, 09/10/09) – CAIR-Chicago is hosting a “Taste of Ramadan – Cook-Off and Iftar” this evening at its downtown office. Around one hundred friends and supporters of CAIR-Chicago are expected to attend.
CAIR-Chicago invites you to join us this Thursday for our first annual iftar dinner at our office, hosted by our staff.
Join CAIR-Chicago at Orland Park Prayer Center for a brief informational session on the services CAIR-Chicago provides to the Muslim community.
What: Workshop on “How to be an Effective Media Spokesperson”
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