Iranian-American Identity and Community: A Panel Discussion PastWednesday, Oct 14, 2015 ,
Iranian-American Identity and Community: A Panel Discussion.
Currently, the mainstream media’s attention remains more focused on the recent U.S.-Iran nuclear deal and the outcome of the U.S. Senate’s vote to the extent that the Iranian-American community’s presence and contributions to various aspects of American life are overlooked. In fact, Iranian-Americans represent one of newest and most highly educated minority groups in the United States. Therefore, this discussion panel explores the history, current status, and future of the Iranian-American community whose rising presence in the U.S. may allow for its influence to grow in the coming decades.
Opening Remarks: Dr. Mark Rozell, Acting Dean and Professor of Public Policy School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs George Mason University.
Speakers: Dr. Maboud Ansari and Dr. Leila Piran.
Moderator: Shahrooz Shekaraubi
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