Maya Berry

Arab American Institute

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Executive Director of the Arab American Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that represents the policy and community interests of Arab Americans

Maya Berry on KCRW

A pro-Trump and Free Speech Rally in Portland Oregon yesterday attracted a counter-protest across the street. Police made arrests, but nobody was injured.

Portland train attach sparks Free Speech debate

A pro-Trump and Free Speech Rally in Portland Oregon yesterday attracted a counter-protest across the street. Police made arrests, but nobody was injured.

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We’ve heard from Nice about the day after the 3rd major attack in France in just 19 months. Now, more on the investigation and what might come next…

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We’ve heard from Nice about the day after the 3rd major attack in France in just 19 months. Now, more on the investigation and what might come next…

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The great boxer Muhammad Ali converted to Islam in the 1960s, changing his name from Cassius Clay. Ali was arguably ‘the greatest’ in boxing, for sure.

America’s Muslim Icons

The great boxer Muhammad Ali converted to Islam in the 1960s, changing his name from Cassius Clay. Ali was arguably ‘the greatest’ in boxing, for sure.

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