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Posted on December 18, 2009 in Action Alerts
McDermott-Ellison letter to President Obama
Moran-Inglis letter to Secretary of State Hilary Clinton
Contact Your Representatives Now
Two letters are circulating the House urging the Obama Administration to address the delay of promised assistance to the people of Gaza—one letter calls for immediate delivery of humanitarian aid, the other for increased access to education.
Congressmen Jim Moran (D-VA) and Bob Inglis (R-SC) are asking their House colleagues to sign onto a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by Monday, December 21 supporting increased access to higher education in the...Read more
Posted on November 10, 2009 in Action Alerts
Thank the representatives who made the right decision
REP. BRIAN BAIRD (202) 225-3536
REP. TAMMY BALDWIN (202) 225-2906
REP. EARL BLUMENAUER (202) 225-4811
REP. CHARLES BOUSTANY (202) 225-2031
REPS. LOIS CAPPS (202) 225-3601
REP. ANDRE CARSON (202) 225-4011
REP. YVETTE D. CLARKE (202) 225-6231
REP. WILLIAM. LACY CLAY...Read more
Posted on October 22, 2009 in Press Releases
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Christina Zola (202) 429-9210 desk (202) 494-9859 cell email@example.com
Washington D.C. – October 22, 2009 –National Security Advisor to the President General James L. Jones will address the Leadership Summit’s closing session on Monday, October 26, 2009. General Jones will brief Summit attendees on the Obama Administration’s continuing diligence in a wide range of Arab American issues.
General Jones’ remarks will address Arab American leaders from 19 states who represent over 35 Arab American organizations and businesses.
Although the session is closed, the White House will make...Read more
Posted by on August 04, 2009 in Blog
Posted on July 06, 2009 in Washington Watch
Posted on July 09, 2007 in Reports
In 2002, Americans for Peace Now (APN) and the Arab American Institute (AAI) commissioned Zogby International (ZI) to conduct the first ever side-by-side poll of Jewish and Arab American public opinion to gauge support within both communities for Arab-Israeli peace. With the region's political landscape significantly altered since the first poll was conducted—including the US war in Iraq, Israel's disengagement fromGaza, Hamas' victory in Palestinian legislative elections, and the 2006 Israel-Lebanon war—APN and AAI commissioned ZI in May 2007 to reexamine Jewish and ArabAmerican public opinion.
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