On Friday, September 30, 2016 at 6:00PM, the US Arab Radio will host its 11th Annual anniversary dinner reception celebrating its continued services to the Arab American community at large. It’s a special occasion to celebrate daily radio broadcast addressing Arab American issues and to celebrate its success that was made trough out the past years. The event will be held at the Wayne Tree Manor Banquet Hall located at 35100 Van Born Rd in the city of Wayne, Michigan. The awards banquet and Sahra with the Arab American community will it will highlight the role of ethnic media in the United States and the need to improve media presences in immigrant communities. U.S. Arab Radio has been a leader in providing news and information to the Arab and Muslims communities in North America. The program will feature the first Syrian opera singer Lubana Alquntar, Tourab Biladi dancer group, world-class speaker and author Al Cole, Washington Report on Middle East Affairs director Delinda Hanley, award-winning journalist Ray Hanania, and a host of journalists and media personalities. Cole and Hanley will focus on bridging the gaps between mainstream media and the Arab-American communities. Crystal Mayo, Detroit radio personality and author will emcee the event. During the event, U.S. Arab Radio and its founder Laila Alhusini will present U.S. Arab Radio’s Media Outreach 2016 Award to five individuals. Awardees are, Dr. Sahar Khamis, Adel Mozip, Delinda Hanley, Mohamad Alkhashab and Mohamad Abelzaher. The event will also include prizes to the Ramadan competition winners.
For more information, please contact Laila Alhusinni at email@example.com or at 313-570-2206.
The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) is a proud supporter of US Arab Radio as one of the leading ethnic media outlets in America. AHRC-USA takes this occasion to remind all about the importance of Media and journalism within the ethnic communities that merits peoples support. Journalism is an art that is judged by its constructive role, transparency, accountability, objectivity, informative and advancing the common interest.