Join Rally at White House January 11 to Mark Gitmo Anniversary

GTMO-rally-1-11-15(WASHINGTON, D.C., 1/9/15) -- On Sunday, January 11, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will join a coalition of human rights activists, torture survivors, Guantanamo attorneys, 9-11 family members, and members of diverse faith communities in holding a rally (1 p.m.) at the White House followed by a march (1:30 p.m.) to the National Archives to mark the 13th anniversary of the first arrival of prisoners at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.

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Ask Howard County Public Schools to grant Eid holidays

Contact the Howard County Public Schools Board of Education and ask them to vote in favor of equality for Muslim school holidays.

You may have heard that Maryland Muslim leaders have been working hard to seek equality for Eid in public school systems across the state. Howard County is one of the most diverse states in Maryland, and is home to many Muslims. ​That's why we need your help to secure Eid leave for Muslim students who attend Howard County Public Schools.

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Demand Obama Administration Revise Guidelines Allowing 'Mapping' of Muslims, Profiling at Airports and Borders

Contact President Obama and Attorney General Holder to demand that the Department of Justice remove "Muslim and Hispanic carve-outs" from its updated Guidance Regarding the Use of Race by Federal Law Enforcement Agencies, which authorizes the Department of Homeland Security to discriminate at airports and the U.S. border, and allows the FBI to "map" minority communities to place informants.DOJ-emblem

 

Contact CAIR About U.S. Citizens Stranded in Gaza

CAIR-logo(WASHINGTON, D.C., 12/11/14) -- The San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-SFBA) is urging the U.S. Department of State to take action to help American citizens stuck in the Gaza Strip due to border closures preventing them from leaving that blockaded area.

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Anti-Muslim Bias in House Hearings

Rep. King's 'Too Many Mosques'