Read CAIR’s new preliminary paper on the state of Islamophobia leading up to and during the ongoing attacks by the far-right Israeli government against Palestinians in Gaza, which many legal and human rights experts have indicated may constitute the crime of genocide.
CAIR is reissuing our definition of Islamophobia here as we continue to urge employers, schools, media, government entities, and others to identify and address Islamophobia and anti-Muslim racism wherever it may appear.
What do I do if human resources wants to speak with me about my Palestine social media content? See our new guidance here.
CAIR is releasing Know Your Rights guidance for individuals approached by law enforcement.
Guidance to U.S. Employees in Response to Islamophobic and Anti-Palestinian Rhetoric in the Workplace
See CAIR’s new guidance for employees responding to Islamophobic and/or anti-Palestinian rhetoric at work.
Read our letter urging U.S. employers to respond to Islamophobic and anti-Palestinian rhetoric in the workplace.
CAIR publishes list of corporate leaders who have promoted a one-sided narrative that neglects Palestinian civilians in Gaza and releases recommendations for employers.
CAIR is issuing new guidance here to students and advocates seeking to speak and advocate effectively and safely in support of Palestinian human rights.
It is no secret that bullying affects Muslim youth in schools. Read our guide to learn more about bullying prevention strategies for youth and their families.
CAIR has studied more than 1.5 million entries on a 2019 version of the FBI’s list. One scroll through it reveals a list almost completely comprised of Muslim names.