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ACCESS Youth and Education director and Dearborn resident, Anisa Sahoubah received the Gene L. Brazell Community Role Model Award during Henry Ford Community College’s (HFCC) 41st Annual Women’s Recognition Luncheon held on March 28.

As the largest Arab American human services non-profit in the United States, ACCESS vehemently opposes Severstal Dearborn’s Permit to Install (PTI) 182-05C, which would essentially result in increased emissions of harmful pollutants into our environment.

The Center for Arab American Philanthropy (CAAP), a program of ACCESS, held a fundraiser, themed "100 Arab American Women Who Care” on Sunday, March 23, in honor of women’s history month. The event’s purpose was to demonstrate the power of collective giving and working together to make a difference.

The National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC), a project of ACCESS, today launched The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE, a multi-year, grassroots campaign to challenge this country’s growing prejudice and persistent misconception of Arab and Muslim Americans, including refugees of Arab and Muslim descent.

The leadership, board and staff at ACCESS join the national Antiochian Orthodox community and the Arab American community in mourning the loss of His Eminence the Most Reverend Metropolitan Philip (Saliba).