Arabic Website Hopes To Make New Chicagoans Feel Welcome

Arabic Website Hopes To Make New Chicagoans Feel Welcome

President Trump’s executive order blocking people from seven Muslim-majority countries has left many families, workers, and students in limbo, worrying about their future in the U.S. Many who are protesting the ban say that now—more than ever—it’s important to make new immigrants and refugees feel welcome and included in their new communities.

The founders of the website Chicago in Arabic Anwar Jebran and Malek Abdulsamad join us to talk about how their platform is helping thousands of newcomers become more acquainted with U.S. culture and involved in their cities.