Meet the Arab Americans in the Biden-Harris Administration

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A look at how Biden’s pledge for diversity is being shaped within the first days of his administration.

By Theo Stamatis |  Arab America  |  Jan 27, 2021

So far, there have been seven Arab Americans chosen to be in the Biden Administration and there are more to follow.

As the new administration steps into its first 100 days, President Joe Biden has promised the American people that his administration will reflect America’s diversity. Throughout his campaign and once elected president, Biden has been a vocal advocate of every ethnicity and background being represented: African American, Hispanics, Asians, and finally at the table – Arab Americans. Biden’s victory recognizes the overwhelming advocacy from the Arab American communities across the country. Roughly 59% of Arab Americans supported him last November compared to 35% for Trump. So far, there have been seven Arab Americans chosen to be in the Biden Administration and there are more to follow. Meet some of the new Biden officials.

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