CAIR-Ohio Moving Forward After Scandal
Last month, the former leader of the local Muslim civil rights and advocacy group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was fired and accused of sending confidential information to an anti-Muslim group.
CAIR-Ohio said it terminated Romin Iqbal for providing information to the Investigative Project on Terrorism.
We’ll discuss how this scandal has affected the community and what it means for the organization moving forward.
- Danae King, religion & immigration reporter for The Columbus Dispatch
- Amina Barhumi, acting executive director of CAIR-Ohio
- A.R. “Elango” Elangovan, management scholar at the University of Victoria, British Columbia
If you have a disability and experience difficulty accessing this content request an alternative format.