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Alhurra and Radio Sawa celebrated the important role Arab-Americans have played throughout the U.S. during Arab-American Heritage month, with special programming commemorating the event.

MBN marks Arab-American Heritage Month

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Alhurra Television and Radio Sawa highlighted Arab-American Heritage Month with a variety of programs and reports showcasing the accomplishments of Arab-Americans throughout the month of April. Alhurra’s Almajalla featured profiles of Arab-Americans who are realizing their dreams in the U.S. including:

MBN celebrates Arab-American Heritage Month

MBN commemorated Arab-American Heritage Month with special shows and acquired programming that highlights the rich contributions made by Arab-Americans to the U.S. culture. Alhurra’s Al Youm traveled to Dearborn, Mich., to profile the city and community that is considered the unofficial capital of Arab-Americans.  The show explored the millennial generation of Arab-Americans to see if they face the same challenges of earlier generations. From New York, the show examined the Yemeni community and how they are preserving heritage. Al Youm profiled the Center for Arabic Culture in Boston and its work to maintain cultural bridges between East and West. The show also examined the growing hijab business in the U.S. and profiled Arab-American comedians.