"Kabriat" is the pen name of an Iranian-American community activist residing in Washington, D.C.
It's been over two days since news broke about Apple employees racially profiling and discriminating against Iranian-Americans. And yet despite these manifest acts of discrimination, only two Iranian-American organizations have publicly condemned them: the National Iranian American Council and the Iranian Alliances Across Borders.
There are at least four organizations which have it within their mandate to address these issues, but have failed to do so. Those organizations are the following:
- The Pars Equality Center
All four of these organizations claim that their mission is to advance Iranian-Americans in the US. So far, on this issue, all four have failed by not publicly coming out against Apple for its employees' acts of discrimination.
The Iranian-American community expects and deserves more and we will hold you accountable for your failures.
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