If You Are Experiencing Islamophobia
Report Discrimination
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has a civil rights staff on hand that receive reports of discrimination on a daily basis and work to resolve them through mediation, negotiation, public pressure or, if necessary, through legal action. Report an Incident to the CAIR Civil Rights Department. You can also contact them at 312-212-1520 or civilrights@cairchicago.org.

Download the 'CAIR to Know Your Rights' App on your smart phone to quickly access information on your civil rights in various circumstances, report an incident, connect with a local CAIR chapter, and updates on national and local actions to challenge Islamophobia.View other CAIR Guides and Toolkits.

The Arab American Institute (AAI) offers a multitude of information on reporting and recognizing hate crimes and discrimination, including which organizations to contact for different types of discrimination (e.g. housing, in schools, employment, etc.).
 
The Southern Poverty Law Center, allows you to report incidents of hate on their website, so that they can monitor incidents around the country. They ask that people first report hate crimes to the local police.  

Surrounding the Muslim Ban
If your entry into the United States after January 27, 2017 has been affected by the Muslim Ban, Muslim Advocates is gathering information on how it has been affecting  communities. If you have experienced this, fill out their Reporting Form for U.S. Citizens, Green Card Holders & Others Stopped, Questioned or Detained at the Border. All information is submitted securely and confidentially.  
Practice Self Care

"If you wear hijab, just being visible in the world can cause distress... It’s OK to feel deeply sad about the assumptions made about you because of your faith. If you wear hijab, just being visible in the world can be an understandable cause of distress. Even if you’re not particularly religious, like me, others around you might unfairly deign you the expert of all things Islam. Expecting you to speak on behalf of 1.8 billion people is not only uncool, it’s not realistic."