Activism Through the Lens of a Shi’a Muslim Identity

An Interview with Zahra Abbas, with Emily Galpern, Senior Editor of CAIR Stories Zahra Abbas is a 20-year-old UC Davis student pursuing a degree in … Read More

CAIR-CA Campus Climate Report Released!

In this report, the California Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CA) presents its analysis of a 2019-2020 college campus climate survey of American … Read More

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Missed Us on Saturday? Watch the CAIR-CA Banquet Now!

As you know, over the weekend we held our first-ever statewide virtual banquet. This two-hour event featured Sheikha Iaesha Prime, Imam Suhaib Webb, Linda Sarsour, … Read More

Hear Our Plans for the Future

As Salaamu Alaykum, Dear Community Members and Friends, Please join us this Saturday, November 7 at 6:30pm at CAIR-CA’s first statewide virtual banquet, where we … Read More

What Comes Next

Dear Community Members, As Salaamu Alaikum, The past few months have been a whirlwind of emotions. With record numbers of votes, including mail-in-ballots, the tallies are ongoing. It … Read More

Election Response Resources

We strongly encourage the community to get out the vote and make our voices heard. While we hope that this election process is peaceful among … Read More

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Election Day is Tomorrow!

If you have not already registered to vote, it’s not too late. You can still head to your local polling station to register. Same-Day Registration … Read More

Election Day is Around the Corner, But You Can Vote Now

Early voting is in full swing in California! Each of you, if you were registered to vote, should have already received a mail-in ballot. So … Read More

Meet the Editors of the CAIR Blog

At a time when many of us are consuming more media and digital content than ever, it is important to find a space where people … Read More

2020 Legislative Agenda Update

Dear Community Members and Friends,  This was a challenging legislative cycle. The COVID-19 Pandemic hit after much of our work had begun and caused both our elected … Read More