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4-      Some Arab Americans resources:

 

           Arab American Institute

              918 16th Street, NW, Suite 601

              Washington, DC 20006

              (202) 429-9210

              www.arab-aai.org

    

              American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee/ National Association of Arab Americans

              4201 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 300

              Washington, DC 20008

              (202) 244-2990

               www.adc.org

 

             Council on American-Islamic Relations

             453 New Jersey Avenue, SE

             Washington, DC 20003

             (202) 488-8787

              www.cair-net.org

     

            Washington Report on Middle East Affairs

             P.O. Box 53062

            Washington, DC 20009

            (202) 939-6050

             www.washington-report.org

 

           Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services

           2651 Saulino Ct.

            Detroit, MI

            (313) 842-7010

             www.accesscommunity.org

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References:

 

1-     Abraham, N. (1995). Arab Americans. In R. J. Vecoli, J. Galens, A. Sheets, & R. V. Young (Eds.), Gale encyclopedia of multicultural America (Vol. 1, pp. 84–98). New York: Gale Research.

2-     United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Human Development Report. Investing in Health. Oxford University Press, New       York: 1993.

3-     Detroit Free Press. 100 Questions and Answers about Arab Americans: A Journalists’s Guide. Detroit: Detroit Free Press, 2000 Available from http://www.freep.com

4-     3. Douglass, Susan L. An Introduction to Islam and Arabs. In Resources on Islam and Arabs. Washington: AMIDEAST, 2002     Available from http://amideast.org/news_and_events/sept11/free_resources_islamarabs.htm

5-     Naff, A. (1980). Arabs. In S. Thernstrom (Ed.), Harvard encyclopedia of American ethnic groups Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

6-     Arab American Institute, 2003 www.aaiusa.org.

7-     Census Tract 2000. www.census.gov

8-     El-Badry, Samia. "The Arab-American Market." American Demographics. 16:22-30. 1994

9-      Census 2000, www.census.gov

10-  Hammad, Adnan. Effectiveness and Efficiency in the Management of Palestinian Health Services.  Manchester, UK: University of Manchester. 1989.

11-  Laffrey, Shirley C., et. al. "Assessing Arab-American Health Care Needs." Social Science and Medicine. 29(7):877-883.1989.

12-  Central Intelligence Agency (2003) World fact book. www.cia.gov

13-  Said, E W (1979), Orietalism, New York random house.

14-  Simon, J. P. (1996). Lebanese families. In M. Mc-Goldrick, J. Giordano, & J. K.   Pearce (Eds.), Ethnicity and family therapy.

15-  American Arab anti discrimination committee. www.adc.org.

16-  Washington Report on Middle East affairs. www.washington-report.org.

17-  This chapter also used several books and articles about Arabic culture which are written in the Arabic language only. For list in Arabic please email the author at Najeh.ahmad@case.edu.