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Podcast: Ray Hanania looks at the challenges facing Arab Americans

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Podcast: Ray Hanania looks at the challenges facing Arab Americans

Podcast: Ray Hanania looks at the challenges facing Arab Americans The Problem with the Arab American Community: Award winning journalist and communicator Ray Hanania talks about how the Arab American community can overcome the self-imposed failings to become successful. Many Arab Americans live here physically but are “mentally” still back home Podcast, July 21, 2020, Volume III,…

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Arab Americans play major role in Illinois U.S. Census drive

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Arab Americans play major role in Illinois U.S. Census drive

Arab Americans play major role in Illinois U.S. Census drive U.S. Census stresses importance of including Arab Americans and Muslims in the 2020 Census count during event at DuSable Museum of African American History on Wednesday. The Census has hired several Arab Americans to assist from Chicago and is receiving support from the influential American…

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Community mourns passing of Mansour Tadros

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Community mourns passing of Mansour Tadros

Community mourns passing of Mansour Tadros Leaders of the Arab American community mourned the death of Mansour Tadros who published one of the midwest’s most popular bi-lingual Arab American newspapers, The Future News. Tadros died on Saturday, March 28, 2020, as a result of a suspected coronavirus infection. Tadros was released from the hospital on…

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Arab American push to expand April Arab Heritage month recognition

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Arab American push to expand April Arab Heritage month recognition

Arab American push to expand April Arab Heritage month recognition Media professional Warren David joins The Arab street Radio and podcast on WNZK AM 690 Radio Friday March 13, 2020 to discuss Arab American Heritage month activities in April, and the politics of Senator Bernie Sanders. By Ray Hanania Arab Americans will be pushing to…

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Documentary Filmmaker returns to find parents’ ancestral homes in Mexico and Palestine

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Documentary Filmmaker returns to find parents’ ancestral homes in Mexico and Palestine

Documentary Filmmaker returns to find parents’ ancestral homes in Mexico and Palestine Chicago filmmaker just launched Kickstarter campaign for production in Mexico for new film that seeks to provide accurate representations of the American immigrant community through her personal story. Colette Ghunim, Chicago-based director of the award-winning documentary The People’s Girls, which investigated the issue…

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Who was better for Palestinians, Trump, Bush or Obama?

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Who was better for Palestinians, Trump, Bush or Obama?

Who was better for Palestinians, Trump, Bush or Obama? Much is made of how President Obama was a “Muslim,” a myth perpetrated by his middle name being Hussein, and how he was a good president for Palestinians and peace. But when you look at the consequences of his term in office, you have to wonder…

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