ATTEND A DISCUSSION

Detroit Public Television has initiated a new national program designed to increase public understanding of Arab American history, culture, diversity and contributions to society.”Arab American Stories – A National Dialogue” encourages local PBS stations, as well as other community partners around the country, such as library systems, to host events, forums and dialogues to bring the television content to life through community conversations.

Library systems in the top Arab American-populated areas have committed to hosting at least one interactive dialogue session, featuring session material guided by nationally recognized scholars and developed by DPTV. Those library systems are:

Endorsed by American Library Association / Chicago
Detroit
Queens NY System
Washington DC
Los Angeles System
Boston
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Miami-Dade Public Library System
Houston
Free Library of Philadelphia
Pittsburgh

HOST YOUR OWN DISCUSSION

Toolkits will be available soon for hosting a discussion of Arab American Stories in your own home or community. Please check back.

TELL US YOUR STORY

Email your story to arabamerstories (@) dptv.org.

Major Funding for Arab American Stories: A National Discussion and Outreach provided by

Special Thanks to:


Betty H. Sams

Detroit Public TVAANM