[Michigan, April 2, 2021]: The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) joins the Arab American community across the nation in celebrating and recognizing April as National Arab American Heritage Month.
This month is an opportunity to showcase the unique and myriad ways Arab Americans have contributed to the US in all domains.
Arab American Heritage month highlights the contributions of Arab Americans and attests to America’s diversity and the strength that it brings. The Arab American journey in America has not been an easy one. Just like other minorities, Arabs have faced racism and discrimination and despite these challenges, they have persevered and excelled in many domains.
“Arab American Heritage month is an opportunity to learn about the many contributions of Arab Americans to what makes America a great country,” said Imad Hamad, AHRC Executive Director.
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