Nearly 200 people, including representatives from over 30 organizations, rallied in Evanston Sunday afternoon against “anti-Muslim bigotry.” Rally-goers, who demonstrated at Evanston’s Fountain Square, also distributed posters in support of refugees and against racial and religious profiling to local businesses and homes. The signs said, “Stop Profiling Muslims” and “Refugees
An estimated 350-400 people gathered in Evanston on December 15 to show their solidarity with our Muslim neighbors throughout Chicagoâ€™s northern suburbs. Organized by Lesley Williams, an Evanstonian, and co-sponsored by about a dozen local organizations, the event began with a blessing from Tahera Ahmad, the Associate Chaplain and Director
Several groups will march together against Islamophobia on the night of the GOP debate. By Tim Moran EVANSTON, IL – As the Republican primary debate takes place Tuesday night in Las Vegas, anti-hate groups plan to gather at Evanstonâ€™s Fountain Square to stand united against Islamophobia and recent comments made
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