FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—May 28, 2020
OUSD Board Includes Arab American Studies in Support for CA Ethnic Studies Curriculum
At almost 2:00 am on May 28, in historic recognition of the importance of Arab American Studies to Ethnic Studies, the Oakland
New Study on Representation of Arabs in High Schools
Arab Youth Organizing, the youth arm of the Arab Resource and Organizing Center, has just released their 2020 education equity campaign report on representation of Arabs in San Francisco Bay Area
Register for Arab Youth Summer Institute!
Are you interested in connecting to other Arab youth in your community?
Do you want to learn more about your culture, history and shared experiences?
Would you like to become a leader within your
Arab Community Wins in the Face of Zionist Attacks!
May 23, 2018
In a time of increased attacks on Arab and Muslim communities, the San Francisco Bay Area wins major victories against racism.
And after three years of organizing, AROC,
ACTION ALERT : SFUSD is not allowing Arab youth programming in schools!
Mobilize to Board of Education Meeting on May 8th
Stand up against racist attacks and support San Francisco Arab youth.
As many of you know, the Arab
AROC is happy to announce that AYO will be having our youth summer institute this coming August! It is a week long program where youth will go through a series of workshops and community building. The objective of
Stand up against racist attacks. Support AROC’s programming in SF Schools.
Contact the SF Board of Education today!
As many of you know, the Arab Resource and Organizing Center is honored to be the only community-based Arab organization
AROC Youth Reflect on Militarization, Zionism and Repression
Interview with AYO youth leaders, Nora Abedelal and Nour Bouhassoun
Nora Abedelal and Nour Bouhassoun
What are your thoughts on this moment of ongoing attacks on Arabs and Muslims, targeting of Palestinian
On February 19th, 2016, AROC held it’s second community forum Bay Area Arab Youth Speak Out. 7 AYO leaders from 4 different High Schools and 1 college spoke directly about their experiences as Arabs navigating through SF public schools. They
After over a year of organizing and advocating for Arabic and Vietnamese language pathways, having the SF Board of Education unanimously pass a resolution to explore the implementation of these pathways, and months of community outreach and participation, the District