It has been over two months since a courageous group of March on Harrisburg activists embarked from Philadelphia to a 105-mile political pilgrimage to the Pennsylvania Statehouse to demand real reform with three pro-democracy and anti-corruption bills: automatic voter registration, non-partisan redistricting to end gerrymandering, and a ban of legalized bribery.Continue reading »
CAIR-Philadelphia has endorsed the Power Local Green Jobs campaign led by our friends at Earth Quaker Action Team and Power Interfaith.
Walking through five countries throughout the Greater Philadelphia area, this direct action encourages PECO, Pennsylvania’s largest utility company, to make a major shift to locally-generated solar power that benefits low income communities and communities of color. This addresses three critical issues locally and for humanity at large: underemployment, crumbling infrastructure, and climate change.Continue reading »
Last weekend, CAIR-Philadelphia members marched alongside over 100,000 Americans at the People’s Climate March on Washington with an additional 100,000 taking part in local actions around the United States. We demanded the government shift to clean energy, create green jobs, and take action to prevent human suffering caused by pollution and climate change.Continue reading »
L – Rugiatu Conteh addresses the audience R – Cast from the series during Q&A Session Outreach and Communications Director, Rugiatu Conteh, was guest speaker for the premiere of Muslimahs and Philadelphia, a docu-series that shows the daily lives of six Muslim women living and working in Philadelphia.Continue reading »
The average American who is misinformed about Muslims and the Islamic faith usually has three misconceptions: Muslims are not tolerant of people of other faiths Islam oppresses women Islamic law is full of punishments and restricts personal expression CAIR-Philadelphia takes a proactive approach by conducting educational presentations that provide a forumContinue reading »