The Tunisian-American Newsletter                  November 2016
Voter Education
-November 8: Election Day

For Questions About Voting:
Call the #YallaVote Hotline: 

-Tunisian Magistry Council

October 23rd, judges, attorneys, CPAs and notaries public elected the members of the
Superior Council of the Magistracy (SCM) as mandated by the Constitution. The Council has...
The Elissa Project
The Elissa Project, named after the founder of Carthage (Modern day Tunisia), is an outreach program of the Ibn Khaldun Institute. It is an advocacy effort by the Tunisian American Center in favor of quality education during the years leading to formal education.
The activities involve: advocacy for quality preschool teaching, creating partnerships with various organizations involved in early childhood development (educators, parents, pediatricians, developmental psychiatrists and researchers), coordination with Civil Society entities and the introduction of innovative techniques, such as arts-based learning.
Individuals interested in being part of the project are most welcome. Please use this form to contact us.  
Tunisian Film in NY

"Bezness As Usual" film screening at the DOCNYC Film Festival.  In this documentary, Tunisian-Dutch filmmaker, Alex Pitstra, attempts to define the role he should  play as the son of two cultures.
Sunday November 13, 2016 at  6:45 pm

WHERE: IFC Center,  323 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10014
Club Hannibal-USA
The Club Hannibal-USA aims to be a forum for Tunisia's friends in the United States who share their commitment to making Tunisia better known on the American political scene.
By dispatching its members throughout the United States, the Club aims to expand on Hannibal's vision of world trade and promote the Tunisian-American friendship.
Contact us for more information.
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Editorial Board
Sami Guedoir, Mohamed Jendoubi, Amine Kallala, Raouf Khelil, 
Ali Khemili, Ridha Lanouar, Mondher Smida, Manel Zitoun.
Contributing Writers: Hatem Bourial, Maya Charrad.
Editors-at-large: Phil Jones (Friends-Of-Tunisia), Larry Michalak (UC Berkeley).
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