1981, over 400 students have participated in the ADC Research Institute's
(ADCRI) Internship Program. Students from all over the country and abroad
gather at the National Office in Washington DC every year to gain firsthand
experience and knowledge of ADC issues and campaigns.
The internship program offers a variety of positions of leadership development. It educates students on issues of civil rights, Arab heritage and current events in the Middle East. Furthermore, the program empowers them to educate others. At the same time, students gain practical training in community organizing, research and writing, media relations, legal issues, political action and educational work, and routine office work alongside our regular staff.
is the charitable and educational 501(c)(3) affiliate of ADC. The
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee is an Arab-American civil
rights organization. It was founded in 1980 to defend the rights of
Americans of Arab descent against discrimination, stereotyping and
hate crimes, to promote the Arab cultural heritage and to serve as
a voice for the Arab American community on issues of foreign and domestic
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