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Kitaab Club Graduation 2014

Congratulations to the graduating class of our after school tutoring program Kitaab Club! A special thank you to MoneyGram for their continuous support as well as our volunteers tutors for their endless dedication and hard work!

National Arab American Service Day

Members of the Arab American Association of New York participated in the National Arab American Service Day by cleaning up Shore Road Park in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Read More

New York Drops Police Unit that Spied on Muslims

The New York City Police Department is disbanding a controversial spying unit that targeted Muslim communities. Read More

Immigration Advocates Continue Push For DREAM Act

"Me as a student, as a college student, it was hard for me to afford my college tuition," said Francis Madi of the Arab American Association of New York. "It took me many years to finish college because I had to work on the side to be able to afford my tuition." Read More

Get Involved with the AAANY!

Want to get more involved with your community? Need to earn community service hours? Check out our volunteer and internship opportunities! Read More


Support Our Adult Education Program Students!

On Tuesday June 17th, Adult Education Program students will be making a field trip to the famous Brooklyn Botanical Garden. In order to make the class field trip as inclusive as possible, we are hoping to rent a school bus to transport students from AAANY to and from the Brooklyn Botanical. Please donate today to help subsidize student transportation for our trip!


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Taking Back the Streets: Drug-Free Walk

Drug Walk
Join us to take back the street and make it a drug free zone by participating in the Drug Free Walk on Saturday, June 7th at Lief Erickson Park!
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Donate to AAANY's
Teen Grant-making Initiative (TGI)


Help fund youth projects in our community!

After conducting over 300 surveys in our local schools we were able to figure out some of the main youth issues including: educational facilities, racism and discrimination, and easier access to recreational activities in the local community (sports, arts, and etc.). We will be using the money donated to TGI to help provide grants for local youth-based organizations that help youth solve these primary issues!



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