AAANY leaders and activists joined thousands on Capitol Hill to say the time is now for just and meaningful immigration reform that reflect our nation's values of dignity and respect. The April 10th mass mobilization called for reforms that prioritizes keeping families together and protecting our civil rights.
On Sunday, May 5, 2013 at 2pm NY1's Errol Louis moderated Mayoral Forum hosted by AAANY with the Islamic Center at New York University. Read More
On April 4, AAANY hosted its first ever talent show, "Arab American's Got Talent," celebrating local and national talent in an effort to unite the Arab American voice and cultivate activism. YouTube phenomenon Fousey Tube was the highlight of the show! Read More
AAANY is organizing community members to assist Hurricane Sandy victims. On Friday, 11/2 we donated water, coats, blankets and necessities to families in need. If you wish to donate to help us continue to help our neighbors, click 'read more' to donate. Read More
AAANY marched with over 30,000 New Yorkers on Father's Day, June 17th, demanding an end to the NYPD's Stop and Frisk policies and for greater accountability of law enforcement practices. Read More
On Saturday, October 27, the AAANY and our partners assisted over 40 undocumented youth and their families with applications for Deferred Action. We would like to thank Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, NY City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, Brooklyn Defender Services, La Union and the rest of our sponsors and volunteers.