The Muslim Ban is Still in Place: What Can You Do?

Together, we raise our voices to say: No Muslim Ban Ever. The Muslim Ban is one of our most important campaigns, which we have been … Read More

CA Legislation Update: HERE’S HOW CAIR-BACKED BILLS ARE FARING

CAIR California is supporting 11 bills moving through the state Legislature. Here’s how the legislation is faring: MDAC bills 1) Education: AB 2291 – School … Read More

June Primary Voter Guide

CA’s next statewide election is on June 5, 2018. Make sure you are educated on the issues your vote will determine. The information behind various propositions … Read More

Why America’s Religious Freedom is at Stake at the Supreme Court

In light of the upcoming Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of the Muslim Ban, the following op ed was published in The Sacramento Bee … Read More

Good News Alert: CAIR Sacramento Valley Director Appointed To State Census Committee

The California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CA) is pleased to announce that Basim Elkarra, the executive director at CAIR’s Sacramento Valley chapter, has been appointed … Read More

Community Advisory: Punish A Muslim Day

COMMUNITY ADVISORY CAIR-LA Urges Increased Security Measures Following ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ Threat in UK In light of the alarming anonymous letters sent to mosques in … Read More

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Building Voter Engagement

CAIR-LA Registers Voters at the 2017 MAS Convention CAIR-LA Staff and Volunteers  CAIR-LA staff and volunteers registered voters at the 20th Annual MAS Convention at the Ontario Convention … Read More

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The Supreme Court Decision on Muslim Ban 3.0: What You Need to Know

Dear Community Members, Today, the Supreme Court issued a decision on the Muslim Ban (‘Muslim Ban 3.0’) that allows the Ban to take full effect. … Read More

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Register to Vote Today!

In this day and age it is vital for the Muslim community to become civically engaged. If we don't exercise our right to vote we cannot … Read More

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The New DHS Rule on Social Media Tracking for All Immigrants, Including U.S. Citizens

Last month, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) proposed a new rule to track the internet activity for all visa applicants, visa holders, legal … Read More