CAIR-CA’s 2018 Voter Guide is Here!

As-salamu alaykum: This morning, Oct. 8, the CAIR-California team published our 2018 Voter Guide. DOWNLOAD THE VOTER GUIDE HERE. REGISTER TO VOTE HERE. This biennial … Read More

Afghanistan’s First Female Street Artist Brings Vibrancy to Sacramento

By Kalin Kipling CAIR-SV Communications Manager For the first female street artist in Afghanistan, work is dangerous and frightening. But Shamsia Hassani, born in 1988, … Read More


As thousands of Muslim Americans prepare for the annual Hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, Sacramento Valley/Central California, urges Muslim Americans to … Read More

2018 California legislation: Here’s how our bills are faring

Latest update: Sept. 22, 2018. CAIR California is supporting 11 bills moving through the state Legislature. To help us advocate for legislation, find your representative here. … Read More

The Muslim Ban Is Still In Place. Here’s What Can You Can Do.

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

U.S. Supreme Court Ruling On Muslim Ban 3.0: What You Need to Know

Today, June 26, 2018, the Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision in support of Trump’s bigoted Muslim Ban. This is bad but we will keep … Read More

How to cope with the Supreme Court’s Muslim Ban decision

The Supreme Court’s Muslim Ban decision on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, has left many in our community reeling. In the wake of this disappointing outcome, … Read More


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

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2017 Bullying Report

The California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CA) published a new report documenting faith-based bullying and discrimination of Muslim students in California Schools. … Read More

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“How Trump’s Immigration Directive Could Impact Sacramento”

SACRAMENTO — A new direction has been given from the Trump administration to the Department of Homeland Security and immigration officials on how to carry … Read More