Dearborn – The Yemeni American News
The American-Arab Muslim & Minority Advocacy League (AMAL), a new civil rights organization dedicated to the highest standards of transparency, advocacy, and grassroots mobilization.
The American-Arab Muslim & Minority Advocacy League, a new civil rights organization dedicated to the highest standards of transparency, advocacy, and grassroots mobilization, recently launched and named a Dearborn attorney as its executive director.
AMAL, which means “hope” in Arabic, has announced former ADC-MI Director Attorney Fatina Abdrabboh as its new Executive Director. Abdrabboh is a graduate of Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
AMAL’s mission is to defend against injustices and to generate greater support for the rights of minorities. AMAL will focus on protecting minority rights, including resisting the Muslim Ban.
“I have promised this community we would channel our momentum with an organization that is truly transparent, respectful of women, and inclusive of the broader Muslim community,” Abdrabboh said. “AMAL will maintain a strong connection to the grassroots and will cultivate our community’s amazing talent.”
Dr. Mohammed Sayed member of AMAL Board of Directors commented: “We are very pleased to announce this initiative. It is a crucial time for strong civil rights advocacy. “Fatina is a bridge-builder who will bring fearless leadership, creativity, and a deep sense of commitment to the community she serves.” Sayed said
To contact AMAL call 1 844-676-AMAL-(2625) or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, to ask a legal question, or to volunteer with the American-Arab Muslim & Minority Advocacy League (AMAL), visit www.amalusa.org.