The Arab American News is a weekly publication that has been covering local, national and international news of…More interest to the Arab-American community since 1984. Headquartered in Dearborn, it bills itself as the oldest Arab-American newspaper in the United States.
Coverage includes local and national politics, arts and culture, local events and editorial commentary on relevant issues. Publisher Osama Siblani focuses his paper on Arab rights, politics and anti-war efforts.
The American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee is a non-profit group that assists Michigan's Arabic community with a…More number of issues.
The group defends the rights of Arabic people and is non-sectarian and non-partisan. Among the ADC's goals are minimizing defamation, promoting Arabic cultural events, working with civil rights organizations and promoting positive Arab-U.S. relations.
The ADC has a legal department and education department, as well as a media department. The group publishes many newsletters and reports designed to enhance its members -- as well as the community's -- understanding of the many issues that face Arab-Americans in today's environment.
Arab/Chaldean Social Services 10415 Dix, Dearborn, MI48120 Arab/Chaldean Social Services is a collection of institutions that works with the Arabic and Chaldean communities,…More including the National Association of Yemeni Arab Americans and the Yemeni Community Center Honorary Consulate General of the Republic of Yemen/Yemeni Association. It offers job placement assistance, language classes, social services and events for socializing and personal advancement.
ACCESS is a nonprofit organization that helps empower members of the greater Detroit community as well as the nation…More at large. Originally begun as an organization to help newly immigrated Arab families get acclimated in their new country, ACCESS has since extended to people of all backgrounds. Services include education and ESL programs, social services, employment and training and medical care.
ACCESS also runs organizations such as the Arab-American National Museum, the National Network for Arab American Communities and the Center for Arab-American Philanthropy, that reflect and support people of Arab descent and celebrate their culture and contributions.
Salina Elementary School 2700 Ferney St, Dearborn, MI48120 Salina Elementary School is a unique Dearborn public school in that it sits on the same campus as Salina Intermediate…More School. Together, the schools provide an education for kindergarteners through eighth graders on the south end of Dearborn. Much of Salina's student population is Arab American, and the school often works with the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services on special projects for the students.
Salina Intermediate School 2623 Salina St, Dearborn, MI48120 Salina Intermediate School is a unique Dearborn public school in that it sits on the same campus as Salina Elementary…More School. Together, they provide an education for kindergarteners through eighth graders on the south end of Dearborn. Much of Salina's student population is Arab American and the school often works with the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services on special projects for the students.