Posts Tagged “U.S. Census”

Podcast: Arab radio on the Oscars, Census and more

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Podcast: Arab radio on the Oscars, Census and more

Podcast: Arab radio on the Oscars, Census and more Radio host Ray Hanania talks with listeners in Detroit, Dearborn, Chicago and around the country on “Fight back” on the monthly radio show “Yalla! Fight Back” broadcast on the 2nd Friday over every month. Listeners discuss the bias of the Academy Awards and the the hypocrisy…

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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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Don’t call me MENA, call me Arab

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Don’t call me MENA, call me Arab

Don’t call me MENA, call me Arab President Obama is considering placing an all inclusive category called “MENA” (Middle Eastern and North Africa) on the US Census forms going out soon to identify the nation’s 2020 demographic population, but I think the designation should be sweet and simple “Arab.” I’m not MENA, I am Arab and I…

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U.S. Census data on American Arabs from 2000

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U.S. Census data on American Arabs from 2000

U.S. Census data on American Arabs from 2000 The 2000 Census and how it fails to accurately track numbers, but does pinpoint community congregations of Arab Americans.   What does the 2000 Census say about Arab Americans living in America? It’s not very accurate. Community Place type Notes % Arab Hamtramck, MI city 6.3 Dearborn,…

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