September 10, 2015
  By Ahlam Abdul-Rahman   Artist Manal Deeb presents a twist to modern art through her combination of digital art and calligraphy. Her art not only portrays the barriers and endless struggles Palestinians experience on a daily basis, but also addresses other social issues. One can say that her art echoes the voice of the people. She shakes the walls and the stiff shackles that society imposes on minorities and gender roles.
January 7, 2015
The Arab American National Museum is partnering with the Charles H Wright Museum of African American History on a special presentation of films. The free event, 1-4 p.m. Monday, Jan. 19, 2015 at The Wright Museum, 315 E. Warren Ave. in Detroit, includes screenings of The Wright Museum’s biographical film A King Among Us and the 2014 documentary Al Helm (The Dream): Martin Luther King in Palestine. A panel discussion will follow.
Photo of Native American Indian image along with the name of the bullets Savage
July 31, 2013
By Matthew Jaber Stiffler           In the winter of 2013, the Arab American National Museum and the National Network for Arab American Communities partnered with the National Voices Project (NVP) to investigate, among other things, media bias against racial, ethnic, and religious groups.