Arab Americans on the Ground in 2016: Abdullah Hammoud Proves Age is Only a Number

Posted by Joan Hanna on November 16, 2016 in Blog
WINNER! Meet Abdullah Hammoud, Michigan's 15th District State Representative
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2016 Arab American Candidate: Sherrie Miday

Posted by Arab American Institute on November 01, 2016 in Blog
WINNER! Meet Judge Sherrie Miday who was elected to the Cuyahoga County Commons Pleas Court
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Los Angeles Arab Film Festival

Posted by Shadi Matar on October 26, 2016 in Blog

AAI was happy to turn out for the Los Angles Arab Film Festival recently and encourage attendees to #YallaVote! Californians from across the state gathered to enjoy realistic portrayals of Arab people, our culture, art and history at the largest independent annual showcase of Arab films and filmmakers in the country. Held at the Harmony Gold Theater on Sunset Boulevard, the Festival enjoyed capacity crowds. AAI set up a #YallaVote information table to meet and greet voters as well as...

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Key Findings: The Arab American Vote 2016

Posted by Arab American Institute on October 25, 2016 in Blog

To download the full poll, please visit: http://www.aaiusa.org/arab_american_voters_2016_identity_and_political_concerns

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Arab American Voters 2016: Identity and Political Concerns

Posted on October 25, 2016 in Reports

Download the Arab American Vote 2016: Identity and Political Concerns poll release here.

Executive Summary

Political Concerns 

In a survey of 502 Arab Americans conducted by Zogby Analytics between 10/4/16 and 10/12/16, Hillary Clinton tops Donald Trump among likely voters 60% to 26%.

The steady migration of Arab Americans away from the Republican party continues, with Arab American Democrats outnumbering Republicans by a 2-1 margin. A majority of Arab Americans support Hillary Clinton for the Presidency, citing her...

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#YallaVote Watch Parties Take on Presidential Debates

Posted by Guest on October 20, 2016 in Blog

By Mahamad Omar

Mahamad Omar is a Fall 2016 Intern with the Arab American Institute.

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The “Continuing Challenges Faced by Arab Americans”

Posted by Ali Albassam on October 18, 2016 in Blog

As an Arab American growing up in a post 9/11 world, I faced a lot of challenges. Not only did I endure the attacks like every other American, but also the ensuing backlash in the form of suspicion, hatred, and fear. Suddenly, I felt like a foreigner in the only place I ever called “home” – forced to counter the growing myths that undermined my identity. These challenges are felt by millions of Arab Americans and American Muslims; they are unique, complex and ever evolving. Dr. Zogby, who has been on the front lines...

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Support Adding a MENA Category to the U.S. Census

Posted on October 18, 2016 in Action Alerts
Being counted by the census is one of the most basic forms of inclusion in America. Support Adding a MENA Category to the U.S. Census!
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Arab Americans on the Ground in 2016: Tony Khoury Provides an Independent Voice for Florida

Posted by Joan Hanna on October 17, 2016 in Blog

  Arab American businessman Tony Khoury does not fit into a traditional box. Khoury is progressive on the environment, tax reform, and women’s reproductive and LGBTQ rights. At the same time, he holds conservative values when it comes to military strength and foreign policy. Khoury is running for U.S. Senate as an Independent in Florida against Republican incumbent, Marco Rubio, and Democratic challenger, Patrick Murphy, as well as four other third party candidates. After living in Florida for more than three decades, he is proud to represent...

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Arab Americans on the Ground in 2016: Arab Americans “Vike the Vote” with Yalla Vote in Cleveland

Posted by Joan Hanna on October 12, 2016 in Blog

  Arab American students at Cleveland State University participated in a get out the vote event on Monday, October 10th, one day before Ohio’s registration deadline. The voter registration drive was held in collaboration with AAI’s Yalla Vote campaign, CSU’s Student Government Association (SGA), Arab Student Union, Black Student Union, Muslim Student Association, and Alpha Phi Alpha (Cleveland chapter). “The idea,” said Malek Khawam, a Senior at CSU and current SGA President, “was to reach all segments of our diverse campus.” They did just...

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