Posts Tagged “Michigan”

Michigan’s Primary Elections, August 3rd: Charting the Future of Our Communities 

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Michigan’s Primary Elections, August 3rd: Charting the Future of Our Communities 

Michigan’s Primary Elections, August 3rd: Charting the Future of Our Communities  By Imad Hamad The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) urges all registered voters to participate in the upcoming primary elections that will be held on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 across the state of Michigan.   This year’s primary elections is extremely important to different key cities such as…

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America’s Arab American Youth: Future Leaders for Justice

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America’s Arab American Youth: Future Leaders for Justice

America’s Arab American Youth: Future Leaders for Justice No doubt that the recent and ongoing Israeli violence against innocent and unarmed Palestinian civilians shocked the conscience of all peace-loving people not only in Dearborn but across the nation and around the world.   The Israeli efforts to impose a misleading narrative regarding its occupation and its…

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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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AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad

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AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad

AHRC Elections Advisory from Imad Hamad This year’s electoral turnout has exceeded expectations. Millions have already voted and millions are still expected to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd.   While there have been long lines and some problems with mailed in ballots, overall, the process has run remarkably well for a Covid-19 world. AHRC salutes…

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AHRC Condemns Plot to Harm Michigan Governor Whitmer: 

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AHRC Condemns Plot to Harm Michigan Governor Whitmer: 

AHRC Condemns Plot to Harm Michigan Governor Whitmer:  The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) condemns in the strongest words the disrupted plot to harm Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer. The media has reported that the FBI and state law enforcement disrupted a plan to kidnap the governor and harm other elected officials. The media has reported that the…

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Emgage Michigan to host conference on political empowerment

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Emgage Michigan to host conference on political empowerment

Emgage Michigan to host conference on political empowerment Join Emgage Michigan, our allies and speakers: Keynote Fayrouz Saad, Brian Mosallam, Linda Sarsour, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, Imam Mika’il Stewart Saadiq, State Rep. Abdullah Hammoud, and Candidate Abraham Aiyash on September 20th, in our Annual (Virtual) Gala Sunday Sept. 20, 2020. We will be…

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Dingell, Tlaib seek answers from Beaumont Health over potential merger with Advocate Aurora Hospital Systems

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Dingell, Tlaib seek answers from Beaumont Health over potential merger with Advocate Aurora Hospital Systems

Dingell, Tlaib seek answers from Beaumont Health over potential merger with Advocate Aurora Hospital Systems Letter comes after significant number of Beaumont Health physicians express concerns about proposed merger with out-of-state hospital system Today, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI) and Congresswoman Tlaib (D-MI) reached out to Beaumont Health seeking answers on the healthcare provider’s proposal to merge…

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AHRC applauds House passage of No Ban Act

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AHRC applauds House passage of No Ban Act

AHRC applauds House passage of No Ban Act AHRC Welcomes the Symbolism of the Passage of the House’s No Ban Act, Urges More Sustained Immigration Advocacy for Real Change: The American Human rights Council (AHRC-USA) welcomes the US House of Representatives’ passage of the No Ban Act- H.R. 2486. President Trump claimed that the Congress…

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Arab Radio: Pollsters examine Jones-Tlaib election

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Arab Radio: Pollsters examine Jones-Tlaib election

Arab Radio: Pollsters examine Jones-Tlaib election (Audio Podcast below) Guest pollsters Edward Sarpolus and Dennis Denno will be guests on a special edition of The Arab street Radio on Friday July 24, 2020 examining the Michigan election contest between former Congresswoman and Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones and 13th District Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib. Sarpolus…

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Podcast: Ray Hanania looks at the challenges facing Arab Americans

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Podcast: Ray Hanania looks at the challenges facing Arab Americans

Podcast: Ray Hanania looks at the challenges facing Arab Americans The Problem with the Arab American Community: Award winning journalist and communicator Ray Hanania talks about how the Arab American community can overcome the self-imposed failings to become successful. Many Arab Americans live here physically but are “mentally” still back home Podcast, July 21, 2020, Volume III,…

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Conyers’ nephew endorses Brenda Jones against Rashida Tlaib

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Conyers’ nephew endorses Brenda Jones against Rashida Tlaib

Podcast: Conyers’ nephew endorses Brenda Jones against Rashida Tlaib Former Michigan State Senator Ian Conyers accused Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib of ignoring her campaign promises to sit in the limelight of international issues “she never addressed” in the 2018 campaign. Conyers said that Brenda Jones, the Detroit City Council President, has the district support to replace…

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Jones comes out swinging against Tlaib in 13th District race

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Jones comes out swinging against Tlaib in 13th District race

Jones comes out swinging against Tlaib in 13th District race (Radio Podcast) Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones, who served a brief five week term representing the 13th Congressional District in Michigan, discusses her rematch with Rashida Tlaib who won the full 13th District Congressional term in 2018. The next Democratic Primary is August 4,…

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