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CAIR Georgia Talks Interfaith Relations at Unitarian Universalist Church in Athens

UnitarianAthens.jpg(ATHENS, GA - 9/3/17) On Sunday, September 3rd, the Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations visited the Unitarian Universalist Congregations of Athens, Georgia, for a presentation about the similarities and differences between the Jewish, Christian and Islamic new years, as well as a Q&A about issues related to Islam and the Muslim community.

"We thank the Athens' Unitarian Universalist community for working to build bridges with people of all faiths. Georgia Muslims can think of no better response to the world's religious conflict than visiting various houses of worship, greeting our neighbors, and directly issues that sometimes divide us," said Edward Ahmed Mitchell, executive director of CAIR-GA, which has delivered similar presentations other mosques and churches around the state. "Education is the best vaccine against discrimination."

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CAIR Georgia Condemns President Trump's Expanded Travel Ban, Announces Date for The People vs. Muslim Ban Tribunal

Screen Shot 2017 09 25 at 12.38.58 AM(ATLANTA, GA, 9/24/17) -- The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations today condemned President Trump's latest travel ban, and encouraged any Georgia Muslims with family members impacted by the ban to contact CAIR Georgia for assistance.
 
"The President's latest travel ban has little to do with national security and everything to do with anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim bigotry. President Trump, Stephen Miller, and others within the Administration pine for an America that is racially, religiously and culturally monolithic," said attorney Edward Ahmed Mitchell, executive director of CAIR Georgia.
 

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Over 500 Marchers Join Atlanta Rally Against Ethnic Cleansing in Burma, Call for Support of Senate Resolution 250

21462395_1633161506735076_6724630744143247088_n.jpg(ATLANTA, GA - 9/17/17) The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-GA) today thanked the more than 500 Georgians who joined an Atlanta march yesterday against the Burmese government's ongoing ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims.
 
 
During the march, which included almost 200 members of Georgia's Burmese community, activists expressed solidarity with Georgia's Rohingya residents, and called upon Georgia senators David Perdue and Johnny Isakson to join Senator John McCain in supporting a Senate resolution that would condemn the Burmese government's violence. 

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