The 2017 Kahlil Gibran Awards Gala

Posted on April 23, 2017 in Kahlil Gibran Awards Gala

Join us on April 27th in Washington, DC for our 19th annual Kahlil Gibran "Spirit of Humanity" Awards Gala.


Combating the Trend of Hate: AAI Brings Together Rights Groups For Hill Briefing

Posted by Guest on December 12, 2016 in Blog

By Mahamad Omar On Thursday, December 8th, the Arab American Institute held a briefing to discuss the recent post-election uptick in hate incidents, the historic problem of underreporting, and potential reporting and policy solutions. The panel, which attracted a standing room only crowd, included Arjun Singh Sethi, Director of Law and Policy at the Sikh Coalition, Heidi Beirich, Intelligence Project Director of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Madihha Ahussain, Staff Attorney for Muslim Advocates, and Nadia Aziz, Government Relations Director of the Arab American Institute. These...

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Combatting the Trend of Hate, Experts Examine Underreporting of Hate Crimes, Uptick & Solutions

Posted by Arab American Institute on December 07, 2016 in Blog

Washington, DC – On Thursday, Dec 8, the Arab American Institute will hold a briefing at 10:30AM to discuss the recent post-election uptick in hate incidents, the historic problem of underreporting considering the 2015 hate crime data and potential reporting and policy solutions. This panel provides an excellent opportunity for congressional staffers who are preparing for 2017 legislative priorities and confirmation hearings to learn first-hand from community experts about what they are witnessing and what policy solutions they envision. “Our nation has witnessed an...

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Join AAI for the 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance

Posted by Yasmin Hussein on September 01, 2016 in Blog

This year marks the 15th anniversary of the tragic terrorist attacks on 9/11. Every year since then, AAI has proudly joined groups across the country in commemorating the victims and first responders by participating in the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance. This year, the national day of service falls on Saturday, September 10th and we would love for you to join us. We’re excited to be working in partnership with Day To Serve, an initiative that brings together residents in DC, MD, VA, and...

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Arab Americans at the 2016 Conventions!

Posted by Arab American Institute on July 22, 2016 in Blog

Every four years the Arab American Institute Foundation hosts events at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions to put Arab Americans front-and-center on a national platform. Together, the local Arab American community and Arab Americans at the Conventions help us insert our own narrative into the policy discussions taking place at the heart of the election process.

We are excited to announce the following events, please click on each event to RSVP. Contact Nadia Aziz with any questions (naziz@aaiusa.org) Democratic National Convention

Philadelphia, PA

July 25-28, 2016  Click to RSVP

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Service: An Arab American Value

Posted by Yasmin Hussein on May 11, 2016 in Blog

Growing up as an Arab American in South Florida, my parents focused on ensuring an awareness of how blessed we were. The values of community service and giving back to my community were instilled at a young age. My mother always taught my sister and I that giving back to those in need comes first because in reality we had all that we needed. My mother also taught us that whatever good we do and whatever vibes we put out into the world, are returned tenfold.  These values of giving back and...

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2016 Kahlil Gibran Awards Gala

Posted on April 18, 2016 in Kahlil Gibran Awards Gala

Join us on April 19th in Washington, DC for our 18th annual Kahlil Gibran "Spirit of Humanity" Awards Gala.


"Voices from the Holy Land": A Series on Palestine and Israel

Posted by Meredith Pahowka on April 04, 2016 in Blog

A free film series organized by more than 20 religious groups of Christians, Jews, and Muslims began Sunday, April 3rd, in the Washington, DC area. The series, entitled “Voices from the Holy Land”, will show films every Sunday for five weeks and explore the complex issues preventing peace in Israel and Palestine. Allan Kellum, one of the organizers, says that the films and audience discussions that will follow each film are “aimed at humanizing the conflict and adding to our understanding of its tragic causes.” See...

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Posted on November 14, 2015 in Calendar

Click here to read about panels, discussions, and all the candidates that we hosted in Dearborn for our #Yalla2016 leadership conference.


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