Posted by on April 27, 2011 in Blog

On April 28, the New Jersey Chapter of ADC will convene a forum addressing the repercussions and affects of school bullying on Arab, South Asian and Muslim youth. Citing the importance of the presentations, Dr. Aref Assaf, president of American Arab Forum said "I have heard of several cases where Arab and Muslim children have been the constant victims of harassment by fellow students. Accusations of being a terrorist, a foreigner and un-American top the list of slurs thrown at helpless children."

The details of the forum are below.

The New Jersey Chapter of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC-NJ) presents
Anti-Bullying Forum:  Arab American, American Muslim & South Asian Students Uncovering the Hidden Epidemic of Post-9/11 Bullying

 
Participating Panelists:
 
Philip E. Freeman, Esq. Assistant Director at New Jersey Division on Civil Rights Office of the Attorney General
 
Amardeep Singh, Esq. Sikh Coalition White House Commission on Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders
 
Shehnaz Abdeljaber New Jersey Mother
 
Engy Abdelkader, Esq. Moderator


Location:

Passaic County Technical Institute - AUDITORIUM
45 Reinhardt Road
Wayne, New Jersey 07470
April 28, 2011
6 p.m.

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