Archive For The “Social Media” Category

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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ADC creates new unit to monitor anti-Arab and Islamophobia in the news media

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ADC creates new unit to monitor anti-Arab and Islamophobia in the news media

ADC creates new unit to monitor anti-Arab and Islamophobia in the news media The ADC-Research Institute (ADC-RI) is proud to announce the formation of the Media Research Project. The primary objective of the project is to research, track and document anti-Arab and Islamophobic bias in the media, public discourse, and from public officials. This tracking project will…

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Arab American Heritage Month, Ramadan feted by Journalists and elected officials

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Arab American Heritage Month, Ramadan feted by Journalists and elected officials

Arab American Heritage Month, Ramadan feted by Journalists and elected officials The Arab American Democratic Club hosted a forum of journalists and elected officials and community leaders on Thursday April 22, 2021 to discuss both Ramadan and Arab American Heritage Month (April). The panel included a video message offering both Ramadan Kareem messages and a celebratory…

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Arab American Democratic Club hosts candidate leadership forum

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Arab American Democratic Club hosts candidate leadership forum

Arab American Democratic Club hosts candidate leadership forum The Arab American Democratic Club hosted its 2021 Candidate and Leadership Forum on Thursday March 25 featuring a long slate of candidates for local elective office and elected government officials and speakers. The event was held to commemorate April Arab American Heritage Month and to encourage Arab…

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Twitter suspends prominent Palestinian Rights activist

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Twitter suspends prominent Palestinian Rights activist

Twitter suspends prominent Palestinian Rights activist Twitter Suspends Prominent Activist for Palestinian Rights, No Explanation Given On February 24, 2021, Twitter suspended the account of CODEPINK co-executive director Ariel Gold, a prominent activist for Palestinian rights. The suspension follows online targeting of Ms. Gold by supporters of Israel and Twitter flagging a number of tweets…

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Arab-American influencers Furrha Family share secrets of their success

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Arab-American influencers Furrha Family share secrets of their success

Arab-American influencers Furrha Family share secrets of their success Salem Furrha and his eight children @theFurrhaFamily on TikTok and Instagram represent a large movement of American Arabs who have turned to social media as a means of breaking up the boredom of coronavirus restrictions and sharing their lives showcasing a popular and positive  image of Arab…

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Dingell to Facebook: Eradicate Anti-Muslim Content On Your Platform

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Dingell to Facebook: Eradicate Anti-Muslim Content On Your Platform

Dingell to Facebook: Eradicate Anti-Muslim Content On Your Platform Raises urgent concerns of Facebook perpetuating violence against Muslim community Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI) today urged immediate action from Facebook to eradicate anti-Muslim bigotry from the platform and demanded Mark Zuckerberg implement six measures to combat bigoted content. In a letter signed by 29 colleagues, Dingell…

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Arab Radio: Censorship on Social Media targets Arab Americans

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Arab Radio: Censorship on Social Media targets Arab Americans

Arab Radio: Censorship on Social Media targets Arab Americans Alice Speri, the writer with The Intercept online news discusses her recent article co-authored with Sam Biddle about censorship on social media. Speri discusses a recent decision to censor a university program exploring history because one of the topics was Leila (Laila) Khaled, the first woman…

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Arab Radio: Alice Speri of The Intercept discusses Social Media censorship

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Arab Radio: Alice Speri of The Intercept discusses Social Media censorship

Arab Radio: Alice Speri of The Intercept discusses Social Media censorship Alice Speri, a writer with The Intercept, will join radio host Ray Hanania on Friday December 11, 2020 at 8 AM EST on “The Ray Hanania Show” on WNZK AM 690 Radio in Detroit to discuss rising censorship on Social Media platforms like Facebook…

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Arab News Newspaper launches Research and Studies Unit

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Arab News Newspaper launches Research and Studies Unit

Arab News Newspaper launches Research and Studies Unit New department will commission papers and host expert debates and policy briefings by high-level officials  The Arab News, the Middle East’s leading English-language daily, has announced the establishment of a new Research and Studies Unit (RSU) that will provide information on thought-provoking studies on a number of regional issues….

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Anti-BDS laws undermine America’s claim of Freedom

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Anti-BDS laws undermine America’s claim of Freedom

Anti-BDS laws undermine America’s claim of Freedom Pro-Israel and anti-Arab American government officials are bending to pressure from foreign lobbyists and PACs to approve laws that curtail the free speech rights of Americans when it comes to the interests of the foreign country, Israel. BDS laws which violate American Constitutional protections have been approved in…

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Israel State Attorney says social media censorship by government is illegal

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Israel State Attorney says social media censorship by government  is illegal

Israel State Attorney says social media censorship by government is illegal Israel State Attorney claims censorship of social media content, following Cyber Unit requests, isn’t an ‘exercise of gov’t authority.’ Adalah & ACRI petition Supreme Court arguing that the Internet Referral Unit cannot submit “voluntary” requests in order to bypass the law. Following two years of…

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