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Take our Georgia Muslim Experience Survey

CAIR-Georgia is conducting a survey to understand Georgia Muslims’ experiences. Responses from this survey will be compiled in a report that will be published by CAIR-Georgia to shed light on Islamophobia in Georgia since October 7th, 2023. This report will be used to educate and inform law and policy makers, elected officials, and other stakeholders. […]

Now Hiring: Communications Director

Position: Communications Director, Full time, with periodic evenings and weekends required Areas of Focus: Marketing, Outreach, Digital media, Print publications, Journalism, Media relations Location: Atlanta, Georgia Reports to: Executive Director Application deadline: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled Start Date: ASAP About CAIR-Georgia  CAIR-Georgia is the Georgia chapter of […]

CAIR-Georgia Condemns Antisemitic Pamphlets Found Across Georgia  

(ATLANTA, GA, 2/6/2023): The Georgia chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-Georgia) today condemned antisemitic pamphlets found in the driveways of many homes in Sandy Springs and Dunwoody in the metro Atlanta area.   SEE: Atlanta area residents report finding antisemitic flyers in driveways | CNN   The pamphlets match the hundreds of antisemitic flyers that were […]

CAIR-Georgia Congratulates Chief Judge Fatima El-Amin Appointed to DeKalb County Superior Court  

(ATLANTA, GA, 1/11/2023) – The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-GA) today congratulated the Honorable Judge Fatima A. El-Amin for her appointment as the next Chief Judge of the DeKalb County Juvenile Court, effective January 1, 2023.    According to the DeKalb Juvenile Court website, Chief Judge Fatima A. El-Amin is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. Judge […]

CAIR-GA Welcomes Guilty Plea in Hate Crime Shootings Targeting Black, Arab Americans 

(ATLANTA, GA, 12/19/2022) – The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-GA), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today welcomed a guilty plea by the perpetrator of two hate crime shootings targeting Black and Arab Americans.  Larry Edward Foxworth, 48, last week pleaded guilty in federal court to hate crime charges […]

CAIR-Georgia Congratulates Muslims Elected in Historic Midterm 2022 Races 

(ATLANTA, GA, 11/09/2022): Today, the Georgia Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations congratulated four Muslim candidates who won their races in the 2022 midterm elections on November 8, 2022. Two Muslim women won historic races in the state of Georgia in the 2022 midterm elections.  Nabilah Islam won in State Senate District 7, making […]

CAIR-Georgia Welcomes Federal Settlement Agreement Between Sapelo Island Gullah Geechee Residents and Mcintosh County, Notes More Work to Be Done 

(ATLANTA, GA, 8/12/2022) – The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Georgia) today welcomed a Federal Settlement Agreement between Mcintosh County, Georgia, and a group of Gullah Geechee residents of Sapelo Island.   The settlement provides damages of $2,000,000 and addresses the lack of facilities and services provided to Sapelo Island by Mcintosh County and improper tax […]

Georgia Muslims Denounce New Mexico Muslim Murders; Pledge to Stand Against Anti-Shia Hatred

(Atlanta, GA, 08/10/2022): On August 9, 2022, the Albuquerque Police Department arrested a suspect in the murder of four Muslim men in New Mexico. There are early indications that all four murders were prompted by anti-Shia hatred. In response, Georgia’s Muslim leaders issued the following statement. “As imams and leaders in Georgia’s Muslim community, we […]

CAIR-Georgia Condemns Gwinnett County GOP For Hosting Anti-Muslim Conspiracy Theorist Trevor Loudon  

(ATLANTA, GA, 8/8/2022) – The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Georgia) today condemned the Gwinnett County GOP for hosting anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist Trevor Loudon at the party’s August 6, breakfast event, titled “The War Against the West.”   Trevor Loudon is a virulently anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant conspiracy theorist from New Zealand who believes that former President Barack Obama was born in Kenya. He […]