Every day CAIR chapters across the country defend the rights of American Muslims in their communities by filing lawsuits, advocating for our children in schools, conducting training sessions for mosques, and so much more.
If your state doesn’t have a CAIR chapter (see list below), consider what the nation’s largest Muslim civil liberties organization could do for you and your family.
Do you want to help CAIR defend the rights of American Muslims in your community?
If you are attending the ISNA conference in Houston this Labor day weekend, we would love to meet with you. Contact CAIR’s National Chapter Manager, Asma Rehman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-909-3486 to set up a meeting during the ISNA conference. Or come to CAIR’s booth (L5 & L6) at the ISNA bazaar to learn more about how you can get involved.
Please connect with us if you are from one of the following states without a CAIR chapter:
“Since November 8 I have been to many communities throughout this country. I have seen the direct result of CAIR’s work. I have talked to the communities. I have spoken to the communities where [CAIR] offices exist. The morale of the Muslim community in those communities is much higher than where [a CAIR] office does not exist yet.”
– Khizr Khan, Gold Star father who received international attention following his speech at the 2016 Democratic National Convention