The Arab American community has an important role to play in shaping national policy through Congress and the White House. Both branches of government are "by the people and for the people," and it is our job as a community to ensure our voices and interests are represented. As an important part of our 2017 Advocacy Roadmap - which lays out specific actions our community will take to fight against surveillance, hate crimes, bigotry, and for justice in Palestine - the links below provide direct means for indentifying who your representatives are and how to contact them.
And before you do, make sure to take a look at the power of who you are advocating with. National demographics on the Arab American community are handy facts to have as you engage and represent community concerns.
Please contact GovernmentRelations@aaiusa.org if you need help locating resources to contact policymakers in your state.