“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

-Margaret Mead

The Iranian diaspora community faces a growing number of challenges in light of heightened US-Iran tensions, a lack of coordinated social services, and an increasing disconnect between Iranian Americans and the more recent wave of Iranians emigrating to the United States.

It is time for Iranians in diaspora to work together to support the community’s individuals who are most at risk: the youth, the elderly, and the more recent wave of refugees, families and students emigrating to the U.S. from Iran.

Iranians in diaspora must mobilize and organize. In this light, IAAB launches the following campaigns as part of its community call to action:

Mobilize and Organize: MO’ IAAB, Less Problems
OURstory: Addressing the Middle East in the Classroom

Iranian International Students