WHEN: Friday, October 13, 2017 at 6:30PM
WHERE: National Museum of Women in the Arts
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The 2017 Annual Gala will raise funds to help Syrian refugees and Palestinian families through projects that support education, economic opportunities and dignity for people across Palestine and Lebanon.
On Friday, October 13, 2017, ANERA friends, old and new, are coming together in recognition and support of our shared humanity. This special evening of inspiration will take place at the stunning National Museum of Women in the Arts in downtown Washington, DC and feature special guests...
Ahmed is an Emmy-nominated journalist and a Correspondent/Producer for VICE on HBO. In 2015, he was featured on the Arabian Business power list of the planet’s 100 most influential young Arabs. Ahmed often appears as a commentator for CNN, NBC, BBC, MSNBC and Al Jazeera.
Huda is one of a new generation of young and innovative Arab women singersongwriters. Born to Palestinian parents in Lebanon in 1982, she studied at the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music under Khaled Jubran. Huda has collaborated with artists in Tunisia, Gaza, Ramallah, Egypt, Lebanon and the U.S.
Omar is a Syrian-American spoken word artist, raised in Washington DC and living in Los Angeles. He has been featured on several major news outlets (Al Jazeera /PBS/LA Times/Rolling Stone/VICE/NY Times/The European) and toured the world to promote his ground-breaking music.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Ave NW
Washington, DC 20005
Please join us for a very special evening as we celebrate our common humanity, look back on some of the progress we've made together, and support opportunity and dignity for refugees and the most vulnerable families in the Middle East.
Be a Sponsor
As an Annual Gala sponsor, you'll join the community of proud and caring donors that supports ANERA's development and humanitarian work with refugees and other families in Palestine and Lebanon.
Forge relationships with more than 300 business executives, former and current ambassadors, philanthropists and leaders from the Arab-American community.