Arab Radio: Aftermath of November 6 election on Arab Americans
Radio host Ray Hanania will discuss the aftermath of the November 6, 2018 on Tuesday on the Arab Americans. How will the national election results impact Arab and Muslim Americans. Who are some of the Arab American candidates who won election?
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We’ll look at the elections of Rashida Tlaib and Ihlam Omar as the first two Muslim American women elected to the U.S. Congress, the defeat of Palestinian-Mexican candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar in California, and the election of at least five other Arab Americans to congressional seats.
We’ll also talk about local races including the heated contest between Palestinian Muslim American Abdelnasser Rashid and Cook County Commissioner Sean Morrison in the Chicago suburban 17th District. Rashid came within 2,000 votes of unseating the Republican veteran who led the fight against increasing taxes in suburban Cook County.
You can read Ray Hanania’s columns at TheArabDailyNews.com online newspaper, at ArabNews.com and at TheDailyHookah.com … Locally in Chicagoland Hanania also writes for the Southwest News Newspaper group … every week … doing his best to upset as many people as possible.
To listen to podcasts of the radio show and individual interviews produced by Hanania, go to the website at www.TheArabStreet.org (.net) to listen to the podcasts. Radio show broadcasts on the 2nd Friday of every month, can be heard live on radio and live online.
You can also purchase Hanania’s new book on media strategy for Arabs, ethnics and minorities, Yalla! Fight Back, and learn to be more effective candidates and elected representatives, understanding the basics of effective communications and media strategy.
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Click here to read Ray’s analysis of the Nov. 6, 2018 General Elections on mainstream politics, the impact of the results on the Middle East and the election of Arab American candidates to office by clicking here.
Ray Hanania is an award winning political and humor columnist who analyzes American and Middle East politics, and life in general. He is an author of several books.
Hanania covered Chicago Politics and Chicago City Hall from 1976 through 1992. He began writing in 1975 publishing The Middle Eastern Voice newspaper in Chicago (1975-1977). He later published “The National Arab American Times” newspaper (2004-2007).
Hanania writes weekly columns on Middle East and American Arab issues as Special US Correspondent for the Arab News ArabNews.com, at TheArabDailyNews.com, and at SuburbanChicagoland.com. He has published weekly columns in the Jerusalem Post newspaper, YNetNews.com, Newsday, the Orlando Sentinel, Houston Chronical, and Arlington Heights Daily Herald.
Hanania is the recipient of four (4) Chicago Headline Club “Peter Lisagor Awards” for Column writing. In November 2006, he was named “Best Ethnic American Columnist” by the New American Media. In 2009, Hanania received the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award for Writing from the Society of Professional Journalists. He is the recipient of the MT Mehdi Courage in Journalism Award. He was honored for his writing skills with two (2) Chicago Stick-o-Type awards from the Chicago Newspaper Guild. In 1990, Hanania was nominated by the Chicago Sun-Times editors for a Pulitzer Prize for his four-part series on the Palestinian Intifada.
His writings have also been honored by two national Awards from ADC for his writing, and from the National Arab American Journalists Association.
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