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CAIR Washington is grassroots advocacy and civil rights organization based in Seattle that serves the Muslim community across Washington state. Our purpose is to defend the civil liberties of Muslim Washingtonians no matter where they live or their level of income. We do this by 1) providing free legal services to Muslims who’ve been discriminated against because they are Muslim, 2) working to combat Islamophobia and bigotry through education and storytelling, and 3) empowering our community to be politically and socially engaged while shaping laws and policies that impact us.

As a chapter, CAIR-WA works hard every day challenging anti-Muslim hate, defending the rights of American Muslims, empowering Muslim families, youth, children and elders to use their voice through mainstream media and lobbying, and building results-focused relationships with leaders in business, academia, labor, faith, and government.
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CAIR Washington was established in 2002 by Seattle-area activists who saw a need to create a center for professional American Muslim activism in Washington State. Since that time, CAIR-WA has grown into a legal and policy powerhouse – boasting victories like suing and winning against the Trump administration, hosting hundreds of Muslim activists at our annual Muslim Day at the Capitol (MDAC) in Olympia, WA, and partnering with WA state reps to get statewide religious accommodations passed for post-secondary Muslim students.