Arab-Americans’ views

“Fifteen percent of Arabs and Chaldeans in the Detroit area say they personally have had a “bad experience” after the Sept. 11 attacks because of their ethnicity, according to preliminary results from a University of Michigan study.”
Encouragingly, “a greater proportion (one-third) have received expressions of support from non-Arabs.”
Includes info on religious affiliation, perceptions of safety for the families, support of U.S. presence in the Middle East, thoughts on surveillance and security, degree of bilingualism, activism, and other interesting results.
~ from Ximena to the social justice listserv.

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