Posts Tagged “ADC”

Arab broadcast pioneer Don Bustany dies

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Arab broadcast pioneer Don Bustany dies

Arab broadcast pioneer Don Bustany dies Donald S. “Don” Bustany passed away on Tuesday, April 23, 2018, in Santa Barbara, California. Bustany, a pioneer in the Arab-American community and a longtime support of  ADC, was born in Detroit, Michigan, on August 10, 1928. He is survived by his stepdaughter Kristen.was born in Detroit to Lebanese-American…

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ADC organizes National Call-In Day, Stand Up for Free Speech, March 5

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ADC organizes National Call-In Day, Stand Up for Free Speech, March 5

ADC organizes National Call-In Day, Stand Up for Free Speech, March 5 Washington, D.C. | www.adc.org | March 2, 2018 | This Monday, March 5, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) urges all its members to join the National Call-In Day to stand up for our right to free speech and defeat the Israel Anti-Boycott Act. CLICK HERE TO CALL YOUR…

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ADC protests US failure to grant Syria refugees sanctuary

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ADC protests US failure to grant Syria refugees sanctuary

ADC protests US failure to grant Syria refugees sanctuary On Wednesday Jan. 31, 2018, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) decided to extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for approximately 7,000 Syrian beneficiaries in the U.S. The decision only allows current TPS holders to renew their status. DHS refused to re-designate Syria for TPS. ADC…

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ADC challenges Countering Violent Extremism program

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ADC challenges Countering Violent Extremism program

ADC challenges Countering Violent Extremism program ADC Reaffirms Position on CVE/CIV; Prepares for Legal Fight. Says changes to name to “Countering Islamic Violence” will be worse ADC reaffirms our steadfast opposition to the government program known as Countering Violent Extremism (CVE).  Since the inception of the program ADC has never wavered on our opposition to…

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ADC elects four activists to National Board

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ADC elects four activists to National Board

ADC elects four activists to National Board The national American Arab civil rights organization has elected four more leading activists to its national board, despite grumbling from extremists who have sought to destroy the group. ADC’s Michigan Director recently revealed activists in her state complained about the election process. By Ray Hanania ADC released this press release…

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ADC Michigan head walks fine line of effectiveness

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ADC Michigan head walks fine line of effectiveness

ADC head walks fine line to make Michigan chapter effective. Fatina Abdrabboh might be the one person who can navigate successful among the many diverse and conflicting voices and interests in the widely divided American Arab community to achieve the primary goal in America, to stand up for the civil rights of Arabs and Muslims. But it won’t…

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