AAUGAssociation of Arab-American University Graduates
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AAUGAlaskan Apple Users Group (Macintosh computer users)
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When I presented these ideas to some AAUG board members, the reaction was a combination of a lack of interest, a claim that far more important issues were facing the Arab-American community as well as the Arab world, and that, in any case, some panels on the subject were included at every AAUG convention; indeed the very first convention was devoted to the issue.
The AAUG was established in the aftermath of the June 1967 war and the shocking wave of virulent anti-Arab racism that erupted in North America.
I joined AAUG in 1978 somewhat by accident through an emerging personal contact, camaraderie and friendship with my late friend, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod.
By comparison AAUG had dedicated itself to dealing with the Arab world, and it tried to occupy a space for itself in the broader context of the United States.
In 1979, AAUG established the journal Arab Studies Quarterly (ASQ) to augment the publications program.
Judging by the booklet titled "The First Decade, 1967-1977" AAUG had a split personality right from its inception.
The birth of the AAUG was not stimulated only by official policies and actions of the U.
After 1967 he wanted to be a part of a progressive organization and did join the AAUG.
In the early 1970s, AAUG held its convention in Boston at one of its hotels.
From its inception, the leaders of AAUG were determined not to be beholden to any Arab or other government, political or religious party, or corporation.
As a non-Arab I was originally not eligible for full voting membership, but joined AAUG as an associate, non-voting member.
The AAUG would serve as a bank of knowledge and talent, a think tank, to work on various assignments and projects all aimed at producing and disseminating accurate and reliable information about all facets of Arab society, economy and polity.