Posts Tagged “Detroit”

The Flood of 2021: A Time to Reflect and Seek Solutions

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The Flood of 2021: A Time to Reflect and Seek Solutions

The Flood of 2021: A Time to Reflect and Seek Solutions Thousands of people were caught in the surprises floods that struck the Dearborn region again, seven years after a prior flood devastated homes and live-in 2014. Among the victims of the record-setting flooding that damages hundreds of homes and properties are Arab Americans and…

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Arab Radio: Yemen Reporter on Houthi violence; Cornelia Meyer on Global Anti-Corruption Coalition

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Arab Radio: Yemen Reporter on Houthi violence; Cornelia Meyer on Global Anti-Corruption Coalition

Arab Radio: Yemen Reporter on Houthi violence; Cornelia Meyer on Global Anti-Corruption Coalition Find links to the audio podcast and video podcast of The Ray Hanania Radio Show. Listen and watch every Wednesday at 8 AM on WNZK AM 690 radio in Detroit and on WDMV AM 700 Radio in Washington D.C, and watch on…

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Iran focus of interviews on The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2

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Iran focus of interviews on The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2

Iran focus of interviews on The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2 Click this link to view the Facebook Video of The Ray Hanania Radio Show June 2, 2021 which features Frank Kane, host of the weekly Arab News flagship program “Frankly Speaking” on the launch of his second season, and in the second segment…

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State Department leads discussion on live Arab Radio

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State Department leads discussion on live Arab Radio

State Department leads discussion on live Arab Radio On this week’s show, Ray Hanania interviewed Chris Hodges, the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Assistance Coordination and Press and Public Diplomacy at the State Department’s Bureau for Near Eastern Affairs, on Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s trip to the Middle East. Secretary Blinken’s goal is to meet…

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Pomegranate Explores Young Woman’s Mesmerizing Journey Toward Self-Empowerment

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Pomegranate Explores Young Woman’s Mesmerizing Journey Toward Self-Empowerment

Pomegranate Explores Young Woman’s Mesmerizing Journey Toward Self-Empowerment Ancestral norms clash with the freedoms of a new generation in the powerful new book Pomegranate, from award-winning author Weam Namou. Pomegranate shares the story of Niran, a Muslim woman coming of age in Detroit after emigrating from Iraq. Moving from war-torn Iraq to the U.S. was…

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AHRC applauds Life for Relief and Rahma Worldwide

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AHRC applauds Life for Relief and Rahma Worldwide

AHRC applauds Life for Relief and Rahma Worldwide The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) commends Life for Relief & Development (LIFE) and Rahma Worldwide for their recent humanitarian effort in Lebanon responding to an urgent call for relief. The aid was provided to Syrian and Palestinian refugees residing at camps in the city of Tyre…

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