The 7th Annual Arab American Advocacy Week istaking place March 24-26 in Washington, D.C. The event is hosted by the
National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), and occurs each spring.  Arab Americans from across the country gather
in our nation’s capital to discuss the many issues facing their communities.

Over a series of three days, numerous activities and
meetings see the gathering of grassroots Arab American leaders with elected officials, representatives from federal agencies, and ally organizations. Last year’s Arab
American Advocacy Week saw the launch of NNAAC’s Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, which is a multi-year campaign to
challenge the country’s growing prejudice and persistent negative conceptions
of Arab and Muslim Americans to promote cultural acceptance and fight for
change.

Arab American Advocacy Week provides a great opportunity for
individuals to voice their concerns and discuss these pressing issues in a
civil and productive manner. If you would like to learn more about the event, or
find registration information, please follow this link.

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