Posts Tagged “Arab History”

American Arabs need to better document their history

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American Arabs need to better document their history

American Arabs need to better document their history By Ray Hanania During my entire consciousness as an American of Arab heritage, I have always tried to document the experiences of my family, friends and organizations I have been involved with regarding Arab American history. The truth is American Arabs do a poor job of documenting…

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Remembering Helen Thomas, Pop and a Sigh is Not always just a Sigh

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Remembering Helen Thomas, Pop and a Sigh is Not always just a Sigh

Remembering Helen Thomas, Pop and a Sigh is Not always just a Sigh By Eileen Fleming In 1958, Journalist Edward R. Murrow warned that as television became more about entertainment and not about shows of enlightenment, this republic would be dumbed down. Only an informed and engaged citizenry can preserve a democracy and a healthy…

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Arabs of Chicagoland: WBEZ Radio Interview & Video Photo Array

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Arabs of Chicagoland: WBEZ Radio Interview & Video Photo Array

Arabs of Chicagoland: WBEZ Radio Interview & Video Photo Array Ray Hanania, the author of “Arabs of Chicagoland” (Arcadia Publishing) is interviewed by WBEZ host Steve Edwards (Nov. 2005) discussing his new book and the history of Arab American settlement in Chicagoland beginning in the 1860s. Palestinians. Jordanians. Lebanese. Egyptians. Syrians. Iraqis. History. Ethnicity. (Audio…

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