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Monday February 26, 2018 will mark 92 years since Dr. Carter G. Woodson announced the commemoration of Negro History Week. In 1976, this commemoration was expanded to include the entire month of February. Dr. Woodson’s initiative to recognize black history came at a time when African-Americans were barely mentioned in … Continue reading
CAIR-Houston is proud to participate in the Americans United for Separation of Church and State seminar on “Learning to be an Effective Activist.”
This letter has been signed by dozens of civil rights, human rights and faith-based groups. It details the potential harm to non-profit organizations, charities, religious organizations, and activists.
The new administration will be sworn in on January 20, so there is a small window of time to right an immense wrong. The 15- to 65-year sentences received by the five defendants in the Holy Land Foundation trial can be commuted by the President. It will take less than a … Continue reading