WHUT presents “Arab American Stories”
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WHUT Howard University Television invites you to a special screening from the PBS series Arab American Stories. The screening will be followed by a discussion with special guests: Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Ph.D., professor, International Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR); Warren David, executive producer for Arab American Stories and president of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC); Albert Mokhiber, attorney and partner, law offices of Mokhiber and Moretti; Nawar Shora, author of The Arab American Handbook (appears in the series); hosted by Randa Kayyali author and adjunct professor at American University.
The event will be streamed live as part of ADC’s Arabesque Lecture Series. Visit https://www.adc.org/events/arabesque-lecture-series/
Arab American Stories is a 13-part series executive produced by ADC president Warren David and produced by Detroit Public Television for public media. Hosted by NPR’s Neda Ulaby, each half hour features three short, character-driven documentaries produced by a variety of independent filmmakers profiling Arab Americans making an impact in their community, their profession, their family or the world at large. The series features people from all walks of life whose stories illustrate the Arab American experience: artists, scientists, musicians, chefs, actors, businessman, cops, teachers. Visit https://www.arabamericanstories.org
WHUT’s Arab American Stories program will include a reception sponsored by Lebanese Taverna, a family owned and operated company serving Middle Eastern cuisine in the Washington metro region since 1979. Visit https://www.lebanesetaverna.com.