A unique view of 2012
27 college and graduate students attending the Muslim Public Affairs Council’s Young Leaders Summit visit the White House for a roundtable discussion.
A White House roundtable on the economy brings together a wide range of business leaders from the Muslim-American and Arab-American communities.
The National Endowment for the Humanities and the Office of Public Engagement host a discussion on places and moments in time when communities of Muslim women began to expand their legal rights.
As the Department’s Tribal Consultation Official, Senior Adviser on Native American Affairs Dee Alexander’s principal responsibility is implementing the Department’s Tribal Coordination and Consultation Policy, per President’s Obama’s Executive Order 13175 (PDF), which ensures meaningful and timely input by tribal officials in the development of policies that have tribal implications.
Through times of significant change at home and abroad, the Obama Administration’s commitment to meaningful engagement with the Arab-American community has remained steadfast.
The President and his staff continue to collaborate with Arab-Americans from all walks of life to strengthen our economy, revitalizing our schools, and out-innovating our global competitors. He understands that Arab-Americans have contributed to our nation since its earliest days and continue to play a critical role today. Stay involved at WhiteHouse.gov/engage.