Arab American Heritage Month: Actions You Can Take to Increase Inclusion at Work

Articles Mar 29, 2024

First things first, it’s pronounced “Air-ub,” not “Aye-rab.” Correct pronunciation is integral to inclusion, and many of us Arabs living in America feel belittled when the one word that represents our unified identity is mispronounced or Americanized. Words hold power, and proper pronunciation indicates respect.

In this article, you’ll find additional tips for workplace inclusion, so that your organization can recognize and participate in National Arab American Heritage Month, and continue best practices all year long.


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