CAIR's App
Making Democracy Work for Everyone.

CAIR's vision is to be a leading advocate for justice and mutual understanding.

CAIR's mission is to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! Incudes fast and easy to understand information on rights that you need to know when in a sticky situation.

Find out what rights you have when getting pulled over, arrested, or if you find law enforcement at your door!

In addition to the huge amount of civil rights information, the CAIR app includes contact info for CAIR chapters nationwide, a feature that allows you to send comments, and more!

App Features

Quickly Report an Incident

CAIR's civil rights department counsels, mediates and advocates on behalf of Muslims and others who have experienced religious discrimination, defamation or hate crimes.

Action Alerts

In an effort to empower the American Muslim community, CAIR issues action alerts as a means of generating a grassroots response to critical political, social and media-related issues.

Instant Notifications

Get instant notifications in cases of emergency. If there is ever an urgent situation happening in our community, we'll instantly notify you.

Know Your Rights

Since CAIR’s founding in 1994, CAIR staff has worked tirelessly to advance the civil rights of all Americans, regardless of faith. You can now get our know your rights through your smartphone.

Quickly Contact our Chapters

CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization, with regional offices nationwide. CAIR's national headquarters are on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.

Get Involved

Get Involved: Take the first steps to intern or volunteer with CAIR by entering your information.

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The ‘CAIR to Know Your Rights’ app created by the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, empowers American Muslims to protect their own civil liberties by:

Educating you about your civil rights under various circumstances
Allowing you to report incidents directly to CAIR
Informing you of legislation that directly affects you
Sharing action items you can take to challenge Islamophobia locally and nationally
Connecting you with a local CAIR chapter

What We Do

Civil rights advocacy is at the center of CAIR's work. Civil rights staff at our offices nationwide receive reports of discrimination on a daily basis and work to resolve them through mediation, negotiation, public pressure or, if necessary, through legal action.

Discrimination

CAIR helped over 5,000 victims of discrimination in 2014-2016

Cases of Bias

11,400+ incidents of potential bias processed 2014-2016

Anti-Muslim Incidents

57% increase in anti-Muslim bias incidents 2015-2016

Hate Crimes

44% increase in anti-Muslim hate crimes 2015-2016

Get In Touch

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