CAIR Conference on Islamophobia
The Justice Department has listed CAIR as an unindicted conspirator, saying the group helped fund HAMAS.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAI) hosted a conference about Islamophobia at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota. The conference began with remarks by Minnesota Governor Tim Walz (D), who announced he would like to open human rights in his state to fight Islamophobia. Then, a panel of scholars, historians, and authors talked about the methods and impact of spreading hate.
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Abbas Barzegar Director Council on American-Islamic Relations->Research and Advocacy
Khaled Beydoun Author
Matthew Filner Chair Metropolitan State University->Social Science
Todd Green Associate Professor Luther College (Decorah, IA)
Jaylani Hussein Executive Director Council on American-Islamic Relations->Minnesota Chapter
Tim Walz Governnor Minnesota
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