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.

CAIR protects the civil rights of all Americans regardless of faith and has served more than 25,000 victims of discrimination since its founding in 1994. Our services are often provided free of charge to the community.

In 2011, CAIR printed new copies of our "Know Your Rights and Responsibilities" pocket guide. This wallet-sized pamphlet provides details of your rights as an employee, student or airline passenger. It lets you know how to react to an anti-Muslim hate crime and what to do if you are contacted by law enforcement officers. CAIR provides these guides free of charge and has distributed more than 1 million copies since it was first written.

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1995 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

1995- A Rush to Judgement

1996 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

1996 - The price of ignorance

1997 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

1997- Unveiling Predjudice

1998 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

1998- Patterns of Discrimination

1999 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

1999- Expressions of Faith

2001 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

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2003 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

2003- Guilt by Association

2004 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

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2005 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

2005- Unequal Protection

2006 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

2006- The Struggle for Equality

2007 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

2007- Presumption of Guilt

2008 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

2008- Without Fear of Discrimination

2009 - CAIR Civil Rights Report

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