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Palestine carries flag at Olympics along with other Arab nations

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Palestine carries flag at Olympics along with other Arab nations

Palestine carries flag at Olympics along with other Arab nations The Olympics offers a moment of pride for oppressed citizens of Palestine. The Tokyo Olympics will begin with a Flag Ceremony expected to last about 3 hours with each country represented by a male and a female athlete carrying their nation’s flags. The Arab World…

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AHRC Hosted Law Enforcement-Community Leaders Zoom Session

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AHRC Hosted Law Enforcement-Community Leaders Zoom Session

AHRC Hosted Law Enforcement-Community Leaders Zoom Session Consistent with AHRC’s continued engagement efforts with law enforcement, on June 10, 2021, AHRC organized another successful round of discussion in partnership with the American Citizens for Justice (ACJ).  From the government side participants included: Philip Menna Captain, MSP Tri-County, and F/Lt. Jennifer Johnson, MSP Metro South Post…

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Salem Furrha guests on the “It’s Not So Late Show” with Aaron Hanania

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Salem Furrha guests on the “It’s Not So Late Show” with Aaron Hanania

Salem Furrha guests on the “It’s Not So Late Show” with Aaron Hanania Salem Furrha, whose west coast family has become one of the most popular social media entertainers on Tiktok, Instagram and Youtube, said the secret to going viral is to stand out, be funny and be creative, during an appearance this week on…

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Penguin Books releases Samira Sedira’s novel “People Like Them”

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Penguin Books releases Samira Sedira’s novel “People Like Them”

Penguin Books releases Samira Sedira’s novel “People Like Them” Carmac is a small, homogenous town in the French mountains where everyone knows each other…and their business. But when a new family arrives—Bakary and Sylvia Langlois and their three children—Anna and Constant Guillot sense that something is about to change. Compared to the rest of Carmac,…

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Pappas names Hassan Nijem as Deputy Treasurer for Arab Community

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Pappas names Hassan Nijem as Deputy Treasurer for Arab Community

Pappas names Hassan Nijem as Deputy Treasurer for Arab Community Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas presents her new informational brochure in Arabic with community leaders on Sunday morning May 16 at Nikos Banquets Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas named Palestinian American Businessman and community leader Hassan Nijem as an Honorary Deputy Treasurer to work as a…

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Lebanese chef among those featured in new TV Series Celebrating Diversity in Maine

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Lebanese chef among those featured in new TV Series Celebrating Diversity in Maine

Lebanese chef among those featured in new TV Series Celebrating Diversity in Maine “Elevating Voices” airs Thursday night, featuring Adrian Espinoza, owner of Empanada Club, alongside Katherine Slevin, Iman Enan and Ange Bonheur of C. Love Cookie Project Food, for many, holds its own culture, story and meaning. Bolivian native Adrian Espinoza creates delicious fresh and…

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