Posts Tagged “Syrians”

Arab American Chamber of Commerce hosts online forum on support for Arab businesses

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Arab American Chamber of Commerce hosts online forum on support for Arab businesses

Arab American Chamber of Commerce hosts online forum on support for Arab businesses #AmericanArabChamberofCommerce forum May 27, 2021 with Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas program to help Arab businesses; 23rd Ald Silvana Tabares, AACC Pres Hassan Nijem, House of #Hookah owner #RayidKhalil on saving 300 Arab American jobs. Click here to watch the video. The…

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Muslim and Christian Arabs need to collaborate to strengthen their voices

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Muslim and Christian Arabs need to collaborate to strengthen their voices

Muslim and Christian Arabs need to collaborate to strengthen their voices Arabs in America are weak in part because of their lack of unity and unification. Over the years, the community has divided into politics, national origins, religion and even tribal factions. Many of our community no longer refer to themselves as Arabs, and instead…

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Documentary captures vanishing life in Ohio’s Little Syria

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Documentary captures vanishing life in Ohio’s Little Syria

Arabs immigrated to many locations in America beginning sometime in the middle of the 19th Century. Why they chose different city locations depends on the industry and job opportunities at the time. Some of those stories have been documented, but most have been lost to time and the absence of a strong community-focused news media…

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