"The Arab American Institute Foundation focuses primarily on three buckets of work. Strengthening our democracy, protecting civil rights and civil liberties for all, and standing for international peace and human rights. We believe for our country to live up to its democractic ideals, all citizens must be able to fully participate in public life free from bigotry and discrimination, and that international policy must be based on human rights for all." From the website
"The Arab American National Museum (AANM) is the first and only museum of its kind in the United States devoted to recording the Arab American experience. It serves as a touchstone that connects communities to Arab American culture and experiences. Since opening in 2005, AANM’s goal has been to document, preserve and present the history, culture and contributions of Arab Americans. " From the website
"The National Arab American Bar Association (NAABA) seeks to foster connections among the nation’s Arab American lawyers from communities across the country. In so doing, NAABA pursues three main goals: to support the professional growth and advancement of Arab American lawyers, to cultivate an understanding of the legal challenges facing Arab Americans, and ultimately to serve Arab American communities nationwide." From the website.
This 2021 post on the U.S. Department of State's official blog, written by division head, Rita Stephan, explores the ongoing challenges for Arab Americans in being accurately represented in official U.S. census efforts.