James Zogby

Arab-American Institute

Guest

James Zogby is President of the Arab-American Institute, a nonpartisan political and policy arm of the Arab-American community, and the author of Arab Voices: What They Are Saying to Us and Why It Matters. He formerly served as a member of President Obama's US Commission on International Religious Freedom. He is the brother of pollster John Zogby.

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