Mohamed Taleb


Mohamed is the Community Advocate for the National Security and Civil Rights program at Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus. He is passionate about protecting the civil and human rights of Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian (AMEMSA) communities, among other communities of color, especially socioeconomically disadvantaged Yemenis from the Bay Area. Moreover he’s passionate about social justice, educational equity, inequality, social determinants of health and serving in soccer or basketball. Before joining Advnacing Justice – Asian Law Caucus, he founded the Yemeni Student Association (CalYSA) that mentored and tutored underserved urban Yemeni youth, fostered a Yemeni student community at Cal and organized an annual YEMENtalks community conference attended by Yemenis throughout California.

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There are more than 5.6 million Syrian refugees in the world. And since Trump’s Muslim Ban went into effect, they haven't been allowed into the United States. Asmaa and Ramez, a Syrian couple, speak with AJ+ host Yara Elmjouie about how they were directly impacted while cooking fatteh, a traditional dish.

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