Chicago Mayor, Police Department, and Cook County officials recognize CAIR-Chicago!

17 Illinois senators and representatives commend CAIR-Chicago!

“CAIR-Chicago has provided a comprehensive array of invaluable services to the Muslim-American community. It has also facilitated important partnerships and civil rights advocacy opportunities for Muslim Americans throughout the Chicagoland area.”

– Rahm Emanuel
Mayor of Chicago

“CAIR-Chicago has not only helped champion the rights and liberties of the Muslim community but also has established meaningful partnerships with groups of various faiths to promote justice and mutual understanding, setting an example for others to follow.”

– Garry F. McCarthy
Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department

“I wish to commend you for your deep sense of mission which informs the vital work you continue to do on behalf of the Muslim American community of Cook County. Through your dedicated service in the areas of civil rights defense and advocacy, media outreach, public relations and voter registration, you truly are empowering and transforming Cook County’s Muslim American community as well as fostering awareness and understanding among the residents of Cook County.”

– Toni Preckwinkle
Cook County Board President

“The great mission of your organization not only brings comfort to the Muslim American community, but also to the greater Chicago community that boasts a wonderfully diverse population. Your work in educating the citizens of Chicago continues to benefit our society as it provides for a greater understanding and appreciation of the Muslim culture.”

– Thomas J. Dart
Cook County Sheriff

“I commend you for your work in promoting and preserving civil rights for Muslim Americans. Your involvement in the community proves that open communication between all citizens regardless of differences benefits us all.”

– David Orr
Cook County Clerk

“I applaud CAIR-Chicago for its commitment to ending practices of defamation and discrimination in our communities, and its efforts to unite individuals from various backgrounds in support of its mission to ensure justice for all. The CAIR organization works tirelessly to promote understanding across racial, religious and cultural lines, and thereby serves to enhance the quality of life for all Americans.”

-Dorothy Brown
Cook County Circuit Court Clerk

CAIR-Chicago cordially invites you to our 9th Annual Banquet! #HateFree

What: CAIR-Chicago’s 9th Annual Banquet #HateFree
When: Saturday, May 4th, 2013 at 6:00pm
Where: Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
9301 Bryn Mawr Ave.
Rosemont, IL 60018
Tickets: Adults – $75 per RSVP, $100 at the door
Students – $45 (with student ID)

Free Parking. Babysitting available for $10 per child.