Got language skills in Arabic or Vietnamese?
Teachers 4 Social Justice, Arab Resource & Organizing Center, Au Co & Vietnamese Youth Development Center are working together to build a pool of multilingual educators who speak either Arabic or Vietnamese fluently
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As many of you know, the Arab Resource and Organizing Center is honored to be the only community-based Arab organization
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
عقد المركز العربي حوار مجتمعي بخصوص برنامج ادخال اللغة العربية الى مدارس سان فرانسيسكو وتحدث بالجلسة كل من
نور : طالبة عربية من سوريا، تحدثت عن تجربتها مع اللغة عندما هاجرت عائلتها الى امريكا، وكيف تأثرت لغتها العربية بسبب قلة
Update: Arabic Language Pathways
We are proud to announce the success of the San Francisco Unified School District information session on the Arabic Language Pathways, which was held on October 14th at Redding School in San Francisco. About 100 parents
Bringing Arabic to SF Schools
The Arab Resource and Organizing Center is excited to be moving forward with bringing Arabic and Vietnamese into SF classrooms.
Thank you to all of our allies who spoke up in support of AROC and
SIGN COMMUNITY LETTER OF SUPPORT [HERE]
Over the last month, our small yet powerful grassroots Arab community organization has been the target of an attack by the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC). They have vilified us on media and to
Arabic language pathways in SF Unified School District
Board of Education passes resolution to implement Arabic in SF public schools.
Click HERE for SFUSD press release.
On Tuesday night, AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center, and the Vietnamese Youth
I SPEAK ARABIC
LANGUAGE ACCESS IS A RIGHT
San Francisco city celebrates its immigrants and their languages. The city has issued a language access ordinance that demands that all residents of San Francisco city must have equal access to its