GMANews.TV, News Report, Posted: Mar 25, 2010
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 25, 2010
The Census Bureau says it doesn’t matter if Arab Americans write their race in on their Census questionnaire. Even if they check the “other” box and write in “Arab,” as many community groups advocate, they will still be counted as racially white.
Aramica, News Report, Posted: Mar 25, 2010
Arab American actor Said Faraj, who is currently starring with Matt Damon in the recently released blockbuster 'The Green Zone,' speaks with Aramica publisher Antoine Faisal about his acting career and being Arab-American in Hollywood.
Mosaic Intelligence Report, News Report, Posted: Mar 19, 2010
Friday marked the seventh anniversary of the start of the Iraq War. In 2003, the architects of the war envisioned that the toppling of Saddam Hussein would lead to the birth of a democratic Iraq. But Iraqis are still searching for stability.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 11, 2010
A coalition of Arab-American cultural organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area has launched a grassroots organizing campaign designed to send a clear message to Washington: that they, along with every other Arab in America, are in fact Arab, and not white.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 08, 2010
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New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Mar 04, 2010
The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed Bill 2278 two months ago, which according to its author Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Fla., “would label certain Middle Eastern satellite providers of incendiary television programming as terrorist organizations, in an effort to prevent radical anti-American propaganda from hitting the airwaves.”
Arab American News, News Report, Posted: Mar 04, 2010
An Arab American News/New America Media investigation finds banks are failing to lend even after loans are approved and backed by the Small Business Administration.
The Arab American News, News Report, Posted: Mar 01, 2010
While the Arab American community has understandably shown disappointment over not being included as a recognized ethnicity in the 2010 Census, U.S. specialist for the Detroit region of the census, Michael Bsharah, said such concerns shouldn't stop them from filling out forms.