Posted by Rawan Elbaba on February 19, 2016 in Blog
This Saturday, Egypt will be welcoming a new television show. But this isn’t another Arabic melodrama, this is a show that has made its way to the Arab world from a few continents over. A country that is known for its film, music and theatrical industries, is even more recognized for its citizens’ sense of humor and comedy.
The hit American show, Saturday Night Live, has contracted the television channel OSN to be the official home for Saturday Night Live Arabic. Many famous and well-known actors such as
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AAI Launches the Arab American Leadership Council Study Tour: Arab American Public Servants Connect with Arab World
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Posted by Eddie Bejarano on October 28, 2015 in Blog
On the second day of its National Leadership Conference in Dearborn, Michigan, the Arab American Institute brought together three foreign policy experts to discuss an assortment of pertinent foreign policy issues. John Zogby, founder of the “Zogby Poll” and the Zogby Companies, Steve Clemons, Washington editor at-large for the Atlantic, and Stephen Grand, Executive Director of the Middle East Task Force at the Atlantic Council’s Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East, spoke to participants about the Israel-Palestine Conflict, the Syrian Civil War and the current status of U.S. standing in the...Read more
Posted by Kristin Mccarthy on October 28, 2015 in Blog
In continuing the discussion on Syrian refugees, AAI hosted a luncheon discussion featuring representatives from the State of Michigan’s government, local Michigan non profit organizations, and national organizations all working to resettle Syrian refugees in Michigan communities.
Executive Director of the Arab American Institute, Maya Berry, began the panel by introducing Lavinia Limon of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Migrants who offered a historical context of refugees coming into the U.S. In the 1980s, the U.S. was welcoming upwards of 370,000 refugees a year so a pledge of 10,000...Read more