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2022 Annual Legal Report

espera is to wait. esperanza is to hope. In Spanish, you cannot have one without the other. The same is true in life, regardless of … Read More

2022 Ramadan Proclamation

CAIR-SD community members gathered at San Diego Concourse Civic Center Plaza to receive a Ramdan Proclamation by  Council President Sean Elo-Rivera, Council President Pro Tem, … Read More

2022 Annual Legal Report

espera is to wait. esperanza is to hope. In Spanish, you cannot have one without the other. The same is true in life, regardless of … Read More

2022 Ramadan Proclamation

CAIR-SD community members gathered at San Diego Concourse Civic Center Plaza to receive a Ramdan Proclamation by  Council President Sean Elo-Rivera, Council President Pro Tem, … Read More

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Opinion: Harm to Arabs and Muslims continues to be sidelined in San Diego

Do Americans privilege some victims over others? Does this favoritism create a hierarchy to enable retaliation against everyone? We recently experienced a twisted version of … Read More

Report: 56% of Muslim Students in California Feel Unsafe in Their Schools

A survey of Muslim students in California by the Council on American-Islamic Relations found that 56% of respondents felt unsafe, unwelcome, or uncomfortable at school because of … Read More

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Outreach & Education

CAIR aims to build and expand bridges of understanding between the American Muslim community and the community at large using a two-pronged approach. The first … Learn More

Youth Empowerment

CAIR has always believed that in order to secure a brighter future for our communities, investments must be made in empowering our youth with the … Learn More

Civic Engagement

At CAIR, we strive to nurture a culture of civic engagement. Through its various programs, CAIR facilitates opportunities to engage with public institutions, to influence … Learn More

Legal Services

Civil rights advocacy remains at the center of CAIR’s work. CAIR has served more than 25,000 victims of discrimination since its founding. Our California offices … Learn More

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