Invite Your Representative to Join Hundreds of Arab Americans on Capitol Hill
ADC Asks Community Members to Reach Out to Policymakers in Washington, DC
In addition to a stellar lineup of prominent personalities scheduled to speak at the ADC National Convention, ADC is also sponsoring its annual ‘Advocacy Day’ on Thursday, June 21st where community members from all across the country will visit their members of congress and senators to address important issues affecting the Arab American community today.
As previously announced, ADC is hosting a Congressional Dinner Reception following the Advocacy Day from 6:00pm - 8:00pm at the Dirksen Senate Building (Room SDG-50).
This dinner reception is only open to ADC convention registrants and will provide a platform at which elected officials and members of the Arab American community can personally interact and will provide community members with an opportunity to hear directly from their members of Congress.
With a click of a button, you can invite your representative to join you at the ADC Congressional Dinner Reception.
“We are proud to bring hundreds of Arab American community members from across the country to Capitol Hill to meet with their members of Congress,” said Abed Ayoub, ADC Legal Director. “Like other minority communities, it is important for our elected officials in Congress to appreciate and respect the fact that Arab Americans are their local constituents, proud job-creators and loyal taxpayers whose voices deserved to be heard within the halls of Congress.”
So please be sure to join us for Advocacy Day at this year’s ADC Convention in Washington, DC. Spaces are limited, register now.
Stay tuned for talking points, guidance and how-to guides on setting up successful meetings with your respective members of Congress.