New Michigan Media

  • Police, community weigh on strained relationship

    By Hassan Khalifeh | Arab American News DEARBORN — Two weeks ago, in the early hours of Friday morning, Dearborn…

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  • From Homs to Grand Rapids: The daring journeys of Michigan’s Syrian refugees

    By Hassan Khalifeh and Tareq Abdel Wahed | Arab American News GRAND RAPIDS — Reunited at last. As the sun…

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  • State report highlights immigrants’ contributions: Snyder calls for immigration reform

    By Ali Harb | Arab American News LANSING — At a time when nativism is on the rise and politicians…

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  • Mass transit in Metro Detroit closer to reality

    By Hassan Khalifeh | Arab American News DEARBORN — Last Thursday, the Southeast Michigan counties affected by a proposed regional…

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  • Cooperation And Conflict: Changing relationships between Detroit’s African American and Jewish communities

    By Robin Schwartz | The Jewish News Riots, looting and destruction in Detroit (in 1943 and 1967), jobs, housing and…

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  • Arabs and African Americans: A complicated relationship between solidarity and bigotry

    By Ali Harb | Arab American News DETROIT — Arabs and African Americans appear to have a common struggle against…

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  • Wait…there’s an NAACP in the Grosse Pointes? Seriously?

    By Keith A. Owens | Michigan Chronicle Greg Bowens, the newly elected president of the newly created Grosse Pointe/Harper Woods…

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  • From war to poverty: refugees’ endless struggle

    By Ali Harb | The Arab American News DETROIT — Aseel Machi, a refugee from Iraq, faced racial and religious…

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  • As Latino population increases, so do threats of discrimination and inequality

    By Jessica M. Ruiz | Latino Press “Let’s go take my daddy out of that place. I miss him why…

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  • The 1967 riot through the eyes of business owners: Who fled, who stayed and why?

    By Robin Schwartz | Jewish News Vivid memories remain in the hearts and minds of Jewish business owners nearly 50…

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