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here Niveen Dabaja and Leann Bazzi on the schoolbus. Photo by Hassan Hammoud

Our journalism class has been chosen to exhibit photos at the Arab American National Museum from July to Mid-August. We would really appreciate if you could take some of your time this summer to visit the museum.

Elizabeth Skene, the curator of collection said, “We’re proud of our local schools. We think it’s unique what you guys are doing and proud so we would want to show the rest of the community.”

Our class has accomplished many achievements this year.

Maha Kandil-Elsayed and her photo award from the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association

Maha Kandil-Elsayed and her MIPA award

We had two winners at the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association Conference:

Maha Kandil-Elsayed won 3rd place for best photo.

Jamila Nasser won 3rd place for best feature story.

Journalism isn’t only about the writing.

We attended numerous field trips and met many important journalists from around the country Along with mayors, editors, photojournalists, multi-media specialists, body builders, animal trainers, cancer patients, musicians, the list goes on and on… One of our students, Kassem Beydoun, even received an email from Oprah. You name them, we’ve met them.

Many unbelievably talents journalists have visited our classroom and gave us pointers to make us better at what we do. We have met environmentalists, air pollution specialist, weathermen, and published authors. Leann Bazzi even spoke with singer Leann Rimes’ publicist. You name them, we’ve tried to meet them.

Once again we’d like to ask for your presence at the Arab American National Museum at 13624 Michigan Ave., Dearborn. Our journalism class will continue on through next year. There will be several new stories and photos from students in the class.

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  1. Emilia Askari says:

    Congratulations on a fabulous exhibit! Your work is important and it’s attracting attention from all kinds of people. You should be proud.

  2. Cheryl Pell says:

    I am so happy to see some of the work you have produced this year, and I was pleased to see you at the MIPA Middle School Journalism Conference at MSU as well as the Environmental Journalism Conference. It is evident you are learning skills that will help you as you continue in middle school and move to high school and even college. Congratulations!

  3. April Kincaid says:

    After seeing the exhibit, I was amazed at how well all of my students really focused on the tips we learned at the MIPA Conference and the photojournalism lesson from Ankur Dholakia (Detroit News).

  4. Houssein Ajrouche 1rst hour says:

    Wow congratulations! After reading this report, I felt honored to attend this school when I read all the things the journalism class has done. I think your journalism class really put a countless impression on our school, Unis Middle School. Even though the students had worked at their best effort, I feel as if the most credit should go to Mrs. Kincaid for setting up this class just to allow kids to aim higher in life. After reading all the different things you all did and all the types of people you met, it just made me want to go there more. I thought it was amazing how Kassem received a message from Oprah. I would like to know more about that email he received. Anyways, I am looking forward to getting scheduled in journalism next year because I have a feeling it is going to be as entertaining as it sounds, and will also allow me to gain a lot of knowledge.

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