National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC)

National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC) NNAAC, a program of ACCESS, is a national consortium of independent Arab American community organizations amid the U.S. - and the only network of its kind.
NNAAC currently has 24 members from 12 different states. To support its mission, NNAAC leads various initiatives through three main programs: 1. Advocacy & Civic Engagement (ACE) 2. Capacity Building 3. Youth & Community Service

ADVOCACY & CIVIC ENGAGEMENT (ACE) NNAAC’s Advocacy & Civic Engagement (ACE) program utilizes the collective power of NNAAC members to address issues of concern on the national level. We place a firm emphasis on listening to and assessing the grassroots community needs and then addressing those needs through policy forums, meetings with nationally elected and administrative officials, collaborations with allied organizations, an annual Arab American Advocacy week in Washington, D.C., and nation-wide advocacy campaigns, among other things. NNAAC has become one of the leading national organizations advocating on issues of concern to the Arab American community. We have identified three main priorities: 1. Civil liberties, which includes human rights and racial profiling 2. Immigrant rights 3. Support for vital human service programs Every election season, NNAAC is involved in nonpartisan Get Out The Vote (GOTV) efforts through a series of initiatives to increase Arab American voter registration and engagement. This long-term civic engagement program encourages Arab Americans to participate more in their communities, and provides resources and trainings to increase the capacity of NNAAC member organizations to support their own GOTV efforts locally. In 2014, NNAAC launched The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, a multi-year, grassroots campaign to challenge this country’s growing prejudice and persistent misconception of Arab and Muslim Americans, including refugees of Arab and Muslim descent. TAKE ON HATE aims to achieve meaningful social change not only through public education, media and coalition building, but also by providing a platform for Arab Americans to speak up and inspire real policy change that challenges institutional discrimination and protects the rights of our communities. CAPACITY BUILDING NNAAC increases the capacity of our member organizations through our Capacity Building program, which provides organizational development services with the goal of strengthening and empowering member organizations to be more stable, well-managed nonprofit organizations. This program enables our member organizations to provide better services to their local communities. Strategies include extensive one-on-one technical assistance, trainings, and webinars. Additionally, NNAAC hosts two bi-annual events each November. On odd-numbered years, NNAAC's National Conference brings together members, community and civic leaders, advocates, and funders for trainings, workshops, a policy forum, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities. On opposite years, NNAAC hosts a Leadership Institute, which provides members an in-depth training on particular areas of self-identified needs. This year’s event will be hosted in November by NNAAC member, the Alif Institute in Atlanta, GA. This annual event will be a particularly special one as it will wrap-up NNAAC’s year-long celebration of its tenth anniversary. YOUTH & COMMUNITY SERVICE The Youth & Community Service program seeks to engage Arab Americans in volunteerism, including youth leadership. To accomplish this, we train NNAAC members on best practices for recruiting and maintaining volunteers; help members implement volunteer management techniques; educate the community on the importance and impact of volunteerism; and host national community service events, such as our National Arab American Service Day, which encourages Arab American communities to give back through service, fostering a culture of leadership, community engagement and volunteerism. NNAAC’s Transformative Fellowship Program (formally the Youth Fellowship Program) increases the capacity of our human service member organizations to provide additional support to their communities, while at the same time develop crucial leadership skills in the fellows themselves. The program engages college students and/or recent graduates over a nine-month placement with a NNAAC member organization. Fellows are recruited by NNAAC members locally, and in partnership with universities. ***NNAAC is currently accepting applications for the 2014-2015 Transformative Leaders Fellowship Program. Learn more about this unique opportunity for college students or recent grads interested in gaining insight into the ways of the non-profit sector at our website (www.nnaac.org). ***

Mission: The mission of NNAAC is the development of Arab American community-based nonprofit organizations that understand and meet the needs and represent the concerns of Arab Americans at the local level and collectively address these issues on the national level. Our vision is to foster economic, cultural, social and political empowerment of Arab Americans. We are committed to working collaboratively to support the development of strong and effective Arab American community-based organizations that mobilize locally and nationally to empower the Arab American community.

03/30/2020
ALIF Institute

#MemberMonday We're two days away from Census Day (April 1st)! Hear from member organization ALIF Institute about why the Census matters, and respond to the questionnaire online at my2020census.gov

Don’t forget to fill out your 2020 Census Form! Visit yallacountmein.org for more information.

#getcounted #census

There's misinformation about COVID-19 that's circulating online and in our communities that is rooted in stigma and perp...
03/27/2020

There's misinformation about COVID-19 that's circulating online and in our communities that is rooted in stigma and perpetuates harmful stereotypes. The reality is that viruses affect everyone, and we must be careful to ensure we're spreading accurate information.

03/26/2020
University of Michigan School of Public Health

University of Michigan School of Public Health

How do we understand the spread of coronavirus and the amount of people infected who can infect others?

With the help of a simple metaphor, an iceberg, learn how epidemiologists visualize the 'Continuum of Infection' and why continued social distancing is so important to preventing the spread and saving lives.

Beaumont Health is now accepting certain medical supplies and donations to protect medical staff and patients as they re...
03/23/2020
Beaumont Health requests donations of medical supplies, equipment

Beaumont Health is now accepting certain medical supplies and donations to protect medical staff and patients as they respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click on the link below to view a list of requested items.

Saturday, March 21, 2020 Centralized drop-off site at Beaumont Service Center will support Beaumont physicians, nurses and staff across the health system Beaumont Health’s team continues to work together in a coordinated effort to combat the spread of COVID-19, care for patients who have contracte...

03/21/2020
CDC

CDC

If you have COVID-19 and will not have a test to see if you are still contagious, you should only leave your “sick room” and home when ALL of the following are true:

• No fever for at least 72 hours (3 days)
• Other symptoms have improved
• It has been at least 7 days since you started feeling sick

Heads up: People who will get a test to see if they are still contagious should follow different guidance. Also, people with weakened immune systems might have special guidance. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2wf7sS7

TAKE ON HATE
03/20/2020

TAKE ON HATE

Interrupt stigma and hate by standing up and fighting for those who are most vulnerable in the wake of COVID-19, and by continuing to share factual information from credible sources.

ACCESS
03/20/2020

ACCESS

DTE Energy has released its assistance policies and programs during the COVID-19 crisis. These flyers (English/Arabic) lay out the measures taken by DTE to ensure customers have energy during this time.

In the midst of an unprecedented health crisis, the federal government should be ensuring our most vulnerable community ...
03/20/2020
USDA fights to purge food stamps recipients despite pandemic

In the midst of an unprecedented health crisis, the federal government should be ensuring our most vulnerable community members have access to food. We applaud the efforts led by Michigan Department of Attorney General to stop these cuts from devastating Michigan families.

The Agriculture Department says it will appeal a judge's ruling that it would be "arbitrary and capricious" to move forward during a global health crisis with food stamp changes that could force hundreds of thousands from the program.

The National Immigration Law Center has updated their guide on health care access for immigrants and their families to i...
03/19/2020
Update on Access to Health Care for Immigrants and Their Families - National Immigration Law Center

The National Immigration Law Center has updated their guide on health care access for immigrants and their families to include information about COVID-19 services and the Families First Act.

Update on Access to Health Care for Immigrants and Their Families Update on Access to Health Care for Immigrants and Their Families MARCH 18, 2020 In this difficult time, we want to provide some reminders about access to health care for immigrants and their family members, including new funding that...

ACCESS
03/19/2020

ACCESS

معلومات عن كوفيد-19

While Michigan schools are closed, the state is dedicated to ensuring that all students receive the services and support...
03/19/2020

While Michigan schools are closed, the state is dedicated to ensuring that all students receive the services and support they need. Here are 8 specific steps that school districts should explore in order to promote instructional equity and preserve student well-being throughout this period.

Together, we can prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19. Michigan.gov and Michigan Department of Healt...
03/19/2020

Together, we can prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19.

Michigan.gov and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services have also launched several statewide platforms to answer questions about COVID-19 to keep residents up to date on rapidly changing information.

Covid-19 Hotline: (888) 535-6136, seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Email: [email protected]. Emails will be answered seven days a week, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Website: Michigan.gov/coronavirus. Subscribe to the state's newsletter and stay up to date on the latest news and information.

ACCESS
03/19/2020
ACCESS

ACCESS

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) created a list of resources and information for small businesses on handling COVID-19. The list continues to be updated. Learn more: www.michiganbusiness.org/covid19/

During these difficult and uncertain times, artists are often among those most affected dealing with not only health con...
03/18/2020
List of Arts Resources During the COVID-19 Outbreak | Creative Capital

During these difficult and uncertain times, artists are often among those most affected dealing with not only health concerns, but also with concerns regarding cancelled income and basic needs.

Creative Capital has created a list of resources for artists working in all disciplines, as well as arts philanthropists and arts professionals to follow.

Please see link below.

Creative Capital staff is working remotely due to COVID-19, so please direct all communications through email. Online workshops will continue as planned.

03/18/2020
CDC

If you think you may have been impacted by the Coronavirus, here are some precautionary measures you can take according to the CDC.

Think you might have COVID-19? Learn steps you can take to manage your health at home and help prevent the spread to others in your home and community: https://bit.ly/2QqHMJ7

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has received several reports of clients with government-issued cell...
03/18/2020

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has received several reports of clients with government-issued cell phones receiving calls regarding their benefits. The calls instruct them to either press 1 to continue receiving benefits, use their benefits by the end of the day, and in some instances, asking them to enter/verify personal information.

The DHHS will never contact clients using robocalls, and if you or someone you know receives this type of call, hang up immediately. Do not provide your private information under any circumstance. If you have questions regarding the validity of a call, you may reach out to an MDHHS worker to confirm.

COVID-19: What we are doing to help keep our community safeAs a community nonprofit and direct service provider, the saf...
03/17/2020
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

COVID-19: What we are doing to help keep our community safe

As a community nonprofit and direct service provider, the safety and well-being of the communities we serve is always our top priority, and in the wake of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) that commitment does not waver. The most effective protection against unnecessary panic and infection is making sure that we are seeking responsible and factual information from certified sources and consistently practicing healthy hygiene. Please note the following measures are being taken to ensure the safety of our community as all ACCESS offices remain fully operational at this time:

· All ACCESS facilities, including restrooms, will continue to be cleaned and disinfected - some multiple times daily, depending on building traffic - Monday through Friday, including weekend cleanings.

· All work areas and common spaces (entrances, doorknobs, chairs, tables, elevators, etc.) are being thoroughly sanitized and disinfected several times throughout the day.

· Informational and bilingual hygiene signage has been put up throughout our facilities and shared with both staff and clients.

· All ACCESS staff, volunteers, guests and clients are being asked to wash their hands for a minimum of 20 seconds throughout the day when necessary.

· We are asking that no one in our facilities engage in unnecessary physical contact (e.g. shaking hands, hugging).

· All staff who are displaying any symptoms or are feeling unwell are being asked to stay home.

· We are canceling and postponing all large, nonessential community meetings, events and gatherings.

· We ask that if you are exhibiting any symptoms, please stay home and call our clinic at 313-216-2230 for further assistance before coming in.

The Covid-19 situation continues to evolve daily and we appreciate your patience as we navigate this unfamiliar, nationwide situation. Please follow our social media for any new updates or for any questions, concerns or to report hardship, please do not hesitate to call ACCESS at 313-842-7010.

For accurate information on COVID-19 and its spread and symptoms, visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

03/03/2020
Arab American Family Services (AAFS)

Check out the amazing work that Arab American Family Services (AAFS) is doing to ensure the Arab American community is counted during #Census2020!

انتباه!!! تقدم لكم الجالية العربية مقطع فيديو يشرح لكم أهمية التعداد السكاني مع الدكتورة إيمان السقا، يناقش فيه أهمية تعبئة الطلب وخاصة فيما يتعلق بخانة العِرْق.
بدأ العد التنازلي ١٣ يوم وستبدأ هذه الحملة في ١٢ آذار ، وننوه ّ إلى ان اليوم الوطني سيبدا في اليوم الاول من نيسان/ ابريل.
للمزيد من الاستفسار قم بالاتصال على الرقم التالي:
(708) 599- 2237

KICKING OFF AAFS' ARAB CENSUS VIDEO | ATTENTION ALL ARAB SPEAKING COMMUNITY MEMBERS!

Introducing Dr. Iman Saca from St. Xavier University, part of our AAFS Census Complete Count Committee, discussing the importance of Arab Americans filling out the census and checking off the correct ethnicity box.

Census Week will begin in 13 days, March 12, and the National Census day is a month away! April 1st!

For more information please AAFS: 708.599.2237

Please like and share our video.

#Census2020 #AAFSCompleteCountCommittee #yallacountmein Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Forefront AgeOptions

Video credit Sohib Boundaoui

Today, we're sending some love to our valentine's: our NNAAC member organizations! We appreciate the work that you do ev...
02/14/2020

Today, we're sending some love to our valentine's: our NNAAC member organizations! We appreciate the work that you do every day to empower the Arab American community.

Happy Valentine's Day! Tag the special social justice advocate in your life. 🌹 📣 💕 #ValentinesDay2020

Launching today! This Know Your Rights voter guide and website will help Michigan voters make their voice heard in 2020....
02/04/2020

Launching today! This Know Your Rights voter guide and website will help Michigan voters make their voice heard in 2020. Whether you're new to voting or just have questions about your polling location, michiganvoting.org can help you navigate the state's new voting laws.

Information is also available in Spanish and Arabic. #KnowYourVotingRightsMI

02/03/2020
2019 Year in Review

2019 was quite a year, and we’re humbled to have shared it with you. Together, our network of 27 Arab American community-based organizations made amazing strides in political advocacy, grassroots organizing, and building capacity to serve local communities.

We hope you enjoy this video of our collective accomplishments from last year! Which highlight was your favorite?

#ThrowbackThursday: Last month, as part of MOVE 2019, 30+ representatives from Arab American led organizations spent a d...
12/12/2019

#ThrowbackThursday: Last month, as part of MOVE 2019, 30+ representatives from Arab American led organizations spent a day together building relationships and sharing best practices to strengthen their programs. Thank you to the 19 organizations that attended the NNAAC summit and uplifted the work of the community. We are grateful for the opportunity to collectively strategize the future of our Network.

We also want to thank American Express for their generous support of this initiative, and the El-Hibri Foundation, the Rise Together Fund, a Proteus Fund Initiative, and Wayne State University for sponsoring the MOVE conference.

ALIF Institute ACCESS of WNY Palestinian American Community Center,NJ. USA Arab American Association of New York The Arab-American Family Support Center Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture Arab American Heritage Council Somali Family Service of San Diego Arab Film and Media Institute Arab American Family Services (AAFS) Arab American Cultural Center of the SIlicon Valley MIRA: Middle Eastern Immigrant & Refugee Alliance AACC Florida Access California Services ASACA - American Syrian Arab Cultural Association

11/28/2019
Why These Native Americans Observe A National Day Of Mourning Each Thanksgiving

"We have not vanished, we have not been conquered, we are still here."

Instead of celebrating Thanksgiving, Indigenous communities have recognized a National Day of Mourning since 1970. In Plymouth, Mass, Hundreds of Native people and their allies gather for a rally filled with grieving, reflection, and a renewed commitment to advocate for their rights.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OW0s8ToCyU8

In America’s indigenous communities, the Thanksgiving holiday is a reminder of loss. HuffPost visited Plymouth, Mass., to speak with the United American Indi...

#MemberMonday Shout out to the Arab Film & Media Institute all the way in sunny California. They recently pulled off an ...
11/18/2019
Arab Film and Media Institute

#MemberMonday
Shout out to the Arab Film & Media Institute all the way in sunny California. They recently pulled off an amazing film festival, and shared reflections on their blog. Be sure to check it out and give a like to their FB page, to learn more about their remarkable work!
#ArabArt #FilmandMedia #Arab #Festival

New on our Blog: The Ten Best Moments of #AFF2019!
What was your favorite part of this year's festival?

Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional
11/12/2019
Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional

Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional

BOSTON—In a major victory for privacy rights at the border, a federal court in Boston ruled today that suspicionless searches of travelers’ electronic devices by federal agents at airports and other U.S. ports of entry are unconstitutional. The ruling came in a lawsuit, Alasaad v. McAleenan, fil...

#MemberMonday today we want to highlight our phenomenal NNAAC member in Chicago, IL, formerly known as Iraqi Mutual Aide...
11/11/2019

#MemberMonday today we want to highlight our phenomenal NNAAC member in Chicago, IL, formerly known as Iraqi Mutual Aide Society, the MIRA: Middle Eastern Immigrant & Refugee Alliance! Congratulations on your new name and on your grand opening & 10th anniversary celebration! 🎉🎊

Thanks to all who came out tonight for our Grand Opening and 10th Anniversary Celebration. We also unveiled our new name: We are now the Middle Eastern Immigrant and Refugee Alliance! We are excited to include more members of the community in our work as we move forward to easing transition, building community, and preserving Middle Eastern culture in Chicago!

نشكر كل من انظم الينا في افتتاح مكتبنا الجديد والذكرى السنوية العاشرة لتأسيس المنظمة. اسم منطمتنا الجديد هو (ميرا MIRA) اتحاد المهاجرين واللاجئين من الشرق الأوسط. يسعدنا انظمام عدد اكبر من افراد المجتمع في منظمتنا لتسهيل عملية الانتقال وبناء المجتمع والمحافظة على تراث الشرق الاوسط في شيكاغو

11/04/2019
Live Well San Diego

#MemberMonday
Check out our NNAAC member, Somali Family Service of San Diego participating in a breakout session about "Growing Your Mission: Financial Options Beyond Grants" at the 2019 #LiveWellAdvance convening, hosted by Live Well San Diego. Representing the organization, and speaking from his plethora of experience, was SFS's own President & CEO, Ahmed Sahid!

Growing Your Mission: Financial Options Beyond Grants - A Breakout Session at the 2019 #LiveWellAdvance. In this session, learn about how impact investments can fill a one-time gap, diversify revenue, and strategically grow your organization's mission. In this session, participants will learn about: real impact investment examples, if this type of capital makes sense for your organization, and how to become investment ready.

Who better to follow Dr. Marc Lamont Hill’s keynote address at #MOVE19 than the internationally renowned poet, five-time...
10/29/2019

Who better to follow Dr. Marc Lamont Hill’s keynote address at #MOVE19 than the internationally renowned poet, five-time published author, and activist jessica Care moore? A critically acclaimed performer, moore’s work has been heard on stages around the world like the Apollo, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and the London Institute of Contemporary Arts. Her work and passion lie in telling the stories of her community and using her voice to influence change.

Moore will be delivering a performance as part of the MOVE Keynote Plenary, “Our Next Move: Your Voice, Our Future”. Don’t miss this session that will discuss the many ways in which we can galvanize ourselves and our communities to build the future we want to live in! Register today: accessmovesummit.org

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