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5 Key Findings From CAIR’s Latest Islamophobia Report

CAIR’s newly released “Islamophobia in the Mainstream” report shows that Islamophobic organizations remain active and continue to receive large sums of money through private family foundations … Read More

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5 Key Findings From the CAIR-Supported Racial and Identity Profiling Act

Around 5 years ago, CAIR-CA advocated for AB 953 – Racial and Identity Profiling Act (RIPA), which requires all state and local agencies to report … Read More

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A Look Back at CAIR-LA’s Work in 2021

Despite all of the challenges of 2021, your dedication as a CAIR-LA supporter has helped us continue to fight for justice, empower American Muslims, challenge Islamophobia and protect our rights. … Read More

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A Message From CAIR’s Nihad Awad: CAIR Ohio Executive Director Accused of Spying for Anti-Muslim Hate Group

In the name of God, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful  All praise and thanks belong to God, the Lord of the Worlds,  May peace … Read More

Giving Tuesday

Join the Global Movement—Support CAIR-LA This #GivingTuesday!

Today is #GivingTuesday, an opportunity for people around the world to come together through generosity in all its forms by sharing acts of kindness and giving … Read More

FBI v. Fazaga Supreme Court

What You Need To Know About CAIR-LA’s First-Ever Supreme Court Case

What Is FBI v. Fazaga About?   In June 2006, Los Angeles FBI Assistant Director Stephen Tidwell attended a forum for the Muslim community at the … Read More

6 Major Takeaways From CAIR-CA’s 2021 Bullying Report

The California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CA) recently released its 2021 Bullying Report: Examining Islamophobia in California Schools, which documents bullying and … Read More

Know the facts and know your rights

CAIR’s ‘Know Your Rights’ Guides Translated to Dari and Pashto for Afghan Arrivals

Following the collapse of the former Afghan government last month, tens of thousands of Afghans fled the country, with thousands arriving in the United States. … Read More

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CAIR-LA Welcomes Charging and Sentencing of Man Who Assaulted SoCal Imam in a Hate-Filled Tirade

In November 2020, a Southern California Imam left his mosque and drove home to his apartment complex, where he was accosted by a male who … Read More

Remembering and Reflecting on Sept. 11 in the Classroom

Remembering and Reflecting on September 11, 2001 in the Classroom

As you may know, CAIR is our nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization. Our mission is to enhance the public’s understanding of Islam, … Read More