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.
December 10, 2014
Our own Professor Evelyn Alsultany was recently interviewed by the Arab American Institute (AAI) on the prevalence and spreading of Arab and Muslim stereotypes in the media. 
April 24, 2014
By Margari Hill and Namira Islam with MuslimARC
October 8, 2013
A list of upcoming events that may be of interest to our readers:
September 16, 2013
By Elizabeth Barrett Sullivan, Curator of Exhibits Last night, Nina Davuluri (Miss New York 2013) was crowned Miss America 2014. Ms. Davuluri is of Indian descent, ran on a “diversity” platform, and apparently performed a Bollywood-like dance for her talent. I have to admit that I didn’t watch the pageant. However, the pervasive backlash that arose after her crowning caused me to take note. 
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.
Alawan brothers
June 26, 2013
If you have not already found it, we wanted to point out that there is a new section of oral histories under the "Resources" tab.
September 21, 2012
Dr. Jack G. Shaheen has dedicated his career to identifying and contesting damaging stereotypes of Arabs and Muslims in American media. He has connected their development to the portrayals of other marginalized groups including Jews, Native Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos, and African Americans. His research analyzes the origins of these visual caricatures, reveals their very real ramifications for innocent people, and presents solutions to counter them effectively.
Habibi Cover
August 1, 2012
Book by Craig Thompson, review by Marguerite Dabaie. Dabaie works in the museum publishing industry by day and is a cartoonist and illustrator by night. She is currently attaining an MFA in illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York.
July 11, 2012
Amer Zahr is an Arab-American stand-up comedian and writer. Drawing on his experiences growing up as a child of Palestinian refugees, he finds the humor in everyday cultural situations. As a Palestinian, politics also fall victim to his comedic ways. He has performed on stages and at festivals worldwide, and produced and headlined two of his own comedy tours, "1001 Laughs Comedy Tour" & "We're Not White!" Zahr also writes and speaks widely on political and social affairs, and has appeared on radio and television, including ABC's Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher.