All of our programming is generated through youth/community-identified needs and feedback and is free of charge. If you’d like to request a specific program, workshop, or speaking engagement from our department, please fill out the form below. Requests will be tailored to your needs and the needs of your community. You can also set up a general phone call with the director of our department, Sumaiya Zama, if you are unsure about the programming you’d like to request.
The Community Advocacy and Education department of the Council on American Islamic Relations, Massachusetts was established in September of 2017 with the vision of providing all young people, community members, educators, and youth workers with the tools to self-advocate, implement inclusionary practices, build power, and hone leadership skills.