Events

Unity Rally

On Saturday, June 10, the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-SFBA), People Acting in Community Together (PACT), Meet a Muslim, and Multifaith Voices for Peace & Justice will convene 113 civil rights and interfaith organizations at a “Unity Rally” in San Jose to respond to the hate group ACT for America’s planned anti-Muslim protests in Santa Clara and across the country. More than 250 Bay Area residents are expected to attend the Unity Rally. …

Meet CAIR at Your Local Mosque this Ramadan

CAIR-SFBA is excited to share that throughout the month of Ramadan, we will be visiting various Bay Area mosques, as part of an ongoing effort to better serve the community and engage American Muslims. This is a good opportunity to share your feedback and concerns, communicate any incidents of discrimination you have faced and learn more about CAIR’s programs, campaigns and events you can benefit from. It is also a chance to show your support for CAIR-SFBA’s work. We need your suppor…

2017 Muslim Gamechangers Network

CAIR-SFBA and the MCC East Bay are proud to announce the third Bay Area iteration of the Muslim Gamechangers Network. MGN is a 3-month social justice training program for Muslim high school students tha…

Information Sessions on ‘Muslim Ban’

We continue to hear from countless community members who have concerns and questions about upcoming travel and the impact of the ‘Muslim Ban’. While we are happy to answer questions as they come into our Civil Rights Department, we are also hosting and participating in a wave of emergency information sessions. Our plan is to ensure as many people as possible have access to the information they need to protect themselves and plan accordingly. Friday, February 3 at 6:00PM M…

Muslim-Catholic Community Event of Support and Friendship

On Monday, January 16, in honor of Martin Luther King Day, leaders from local mosques including the Muslim Community Association, SABA Islamic Center, South Bay Islamic Association, and West Valley Muslim Association will welcome the Diocese of San Jose’s Bishop Patrick J. McGrath and members of local Catholic congregations for an event to express mutual understanding and support between the community. The afternoon program will include comments from the Bishop and several other leaders and a sh…

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