Posted by on September 18, 2012 in Blog
The Arab American Institute (AAI) and the National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC) have adopted a logo for National Voter Registration Day on September 25. The Logo, designed by Nabil Ahmed Khatri, a high school student from Queens, New York with his own graphic design business, will be worn by thousands of Arab American volunteers across a number of states participating in efforts to register voters for the upcoming November elections. AAI and NNAAC are mobilizing the community by hosting a number of election-related events including town halls, GOTV efforts, and a virtual phone banking system targeting eleven key states with large Arab American populations.
Congratulations to Nabil Ahmed Khatri on a job well done.
For more on AAI’s elections-related efforts and to get involved, visit the Yalla Vote website.