Staff Attorney Rabya Khan will moderate a panel at 52nd annual Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) convention focusing on educational issues.
“The survey will be asking about 3,000 respondents how Islamophobia has affected them and to identify where they see the most examples of it,” Amina Sharif, Chicago spokeswoman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said Thursday.
“Chicago is a diverse metropolis, but that doesn’t mean we’re exempt from racial and ethic tensions.”
CAIR set up a full-time booth at the ISNA convention, shared by CAIR-Chicago, where the new CAIR logo was launched. The new brand was launched to better represent CAIR’s mission statement and work. In addition to new CAIR paraphernalia, passers-by were provided with ample information on the services CAIR provides to Muslims in the United States. Information on CAIR-Chicago was also available to local constituents. CAIR and CAIR-Chicago officials spoke and moderated several sessions.
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