While Arab American women have often been excluded from the narrative of the Arab American community, they have had lasting influence on the nature and development of the American identity. As mothers, teachers, and supporters of the community, Arab American women have been active cultural influences, despite social restrictions and a lack of formal power.
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Gannam, Caitlin and Sciarcon, Jonathan
"“Don't Forget”: The Life and Role of Arab American Women in the Early 20th Century,"
DU Undergraduate Research Journal Archive: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
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