Posts Tagged “Native Americans”

Reminder Arabs forgotten even in Obama era

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Reminder Arabs forgotten even in Obama era

Reminder Arabs forgotten even in Obama era By Ray Hanania President Barack Obama and the U.S. Census released data recognizing the commemoration of Native American Heritage during the month of November, but have never acknowledged the achievements of American Arabs in this country. It’s a true reflection of Obama’s hypocrisy in limiting the definition of “diversity”…

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Cleveland Indians should change their name

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Cleveland Indians should change their name

Cleveland Indians should change their name The Cleveland Indians were defeated by the Chicago Cubs in the World Series championship on Wednesday night, Nov. 2, 2016 at Progressive Field in Cleveland in the 10th inning by a score of 8 to 7. But before the game was played, I wrote this column looking at the…

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الانقسام يُضعف موقف من يكافح ضد التمييز المعادي للعرب

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الانقسام يُضعف موقف من يكافح ضد التمييز المعادي للعرب

الانقسام يُضعف موقف من يكافح ضد التمييز المعادي للعرب بقلم راي حنانيه  Arab BigotryDivided voices weaken fight against anti في وقت مّا من بداية القرن العشرين اتصلت وزارة الزراعة الأمريكية بمسؤولين من العالم العربي من أجل الحصول على مشاتل من النخيل، وذلك بُغية غراسة النخيل المنتج للتمور في المناطق الجافة الصحراوية المحيطة بمدينة لوس أنجلس….

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An Arab-Jewish Thanksgiving

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An Arab-Jewish Thanksgiving

An Arab-Jewish Thanksgiving Saudi Gazette, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013 By RAY HANANIA One of my favorite times in my home is Thanksgiving, the day Americans commemorate the taking of America from the Native Americans, but with a more positive spin that favors them. Native Americans were called “Indians” and were the original inhabitants of the…

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HANANIA: UNITY Pushes for diversity in mainstream media, but not in their own ranks, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, July 24, 2008

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UNITY pushes for diversity in mainstream media, but not their own By Ray Hanania — UNITY: “Journalists of Color” are gathering in Chicago this week promoting a limited constructed definition of “diversity” that represents only a small percentage of “journalists of color.” The group was founded by Black, Hispanic, Asian and Native American journalists some…

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