Intern with CAIR-MA this summer!

Are you a college or graduate student who wants to make a real impact this summer?  Come intern with CAIR-Massachusetts! CAIR–MA is pleased to offer opportunities for summer internships in our new Boston office, in the fields of Countering Islamophobia, Social Media and Communications, and Government Affairs.  We welcome applications from individuals of all backgrounds. […]

Syria’s Expanding Crisis, Jan. 24

Please consider attending this important lecture on the 24th, which will explore the long-term impact for displaced Syrians and their host communities, including cities in New England, where refugee families are rebuilding their lives. Syria’s Expanding Crisis: From Aleppo to New England As the civil war in Syria approaches its 7th year, more than 50% of the […]

CAIR-MA has a new location!

A few weeks ago, we asked for your assistance finding a new office to meet our growing staff needs.  Alhamdullilah, we were blessed to be immediately connected with a local office owner, and are excited to announce our relocation to a new space!  We’ll now be located in Coalition Boston, a shared office space in Downtown […]

CAIR director John Robbins in TIME Magazine: don’t pity Muslims, work with them

Check out this piece in TIME Magazine from our Executive Director, Dr. John Robbins: Instead of pitying American Muslims, work with them “Genuine engagement with minority communities can take many forms, but it’s crucial that we take advantage of the current influx of support to strengthen these links for the long term. We can use this […]

CAIR-MA is Hiring a Government Affairs Director!

Immediately following last month’s election, we requested your support in hiring a full-time Government Affairs Director to put our community at the front lines of local political advocacy. We knew that there would never be a more important time to make sure our voices were heard in government, and that the best place to start […]

Help CAIR-MA Find New Office Space

During the past year, CAIR-MA has been blessed with the use of a small office on the campus of Andover-Newton Theological School in Newton.  However, now that our staff size is expanding, and because the University is planning to close early next year, we’ve outgrown this space, and the time has come for us to relocate. […]

Calling on Boston Police Department to Drop Social Media Surveillance

We’re proud to sign onto this letter calling on the Boston Police Department to drop this new citizen surveillance program. Similar programs have been used elsewhere to monitor African-American protesters and civil rights activists, and we’re deeply concerned about its potential for misuse and abuse. Groups call for Boston to drop social media monitoring bid, […]

Help CAIR-MA Hire a Muslim-Government Relations Director

Regardless of your views on the outcome, this election has made one thing abundantly clear: American Muslims will need to have a stronger voice in our legislative process. During this time, our community needs the leadership, professionalism, and ethics that CAIR provides more than ever. And we need to continue to strengthen our ability to […]

Support relief for the Cambridge fire

Asalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullah, A tragic fire in Cambridge, Massachusetts has displaced many families. We encourage those who are able to support relief efforts through the GoFundMe page of the Mayor of Cambridge. Thank you also to Cambridge City Councilor and CAIR-MA board member Nadeem Mazen for your leadership during this moment.

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