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CAIR-SFBA 25th Anniversary Gala Honorees

Each year, CAIR-SFBA honors community members and allies who have shown a strong commitment to service and justice for American Muslims. This year, on our 25th … Read More

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Meet the CAIR-SFBA 25th Anniversary Gala Speakers

Hailed by Time Magazine as one of the 25 most influential people on the Internet, Shaun King is the CEO of The North Star, Co-Founder … Read More

Why Should You Apply to MYLP 2019?

            The Muslim Youth Leadership Program (MYLP) is an intensive, four-day retreat in Sacramento designed to introduce American Muslim high … Read More

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CAIR-SFBA 23rd Annual Banquet Tickets

Friday, September 15
Purchase your Banquet tickets early for a special discount price!

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Bystander Intervention Trainings

Sunday, July 30-Sunday, August 20
Many Muslims and allies have been asking about the role bystanders can play in protecting targets of hate crimes since the election. The recent tragedy in Portland, where two heroes were killed while protecting two women who were being attacked, has really brought that question to the forefront again.
Join us at an upcoming bystander intervention training.

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Unity Rally

Saturday, June 10
Join us in this CELEBRATION of diversity, acceptance and inclusion, as we gather to show the world that we will not accept any form of hate in our community.

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Meet CAIR at Your Local Mosque this Ramadan

Saturday, May 27-Thursday, June 22
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.

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2017 Muslim Gamechangers Network

Sunday, March 5
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 that equips participants with the tools to critically understand their world, effectively challenge injustice, and build legacies of positive change in their communities. The program consists of weekly interactive sessions and field trips centered on themes of identity, history, social responsibility, and organizing tools, all grounded in an Islamic worldview.

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Information Sessions on 'Muslim Ban'

Friday, January 27-Saturday, February 12
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 beginning to host and participate in a wave of emergency information sessions.

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Election Day

Tuesday, June 7
Bay Area Muslims! This is your chance to make a difference in your local communities.