On Thursday April 12, Arab America kicked-off National Arab American Heritage Month (NAAHM) in Washington DC. The event was attended by approximately 250 guests representing diverse Arab and non-Arab communities. Among the special dignitaries were Congresswoman Yvette Clark (NY) and the Tunisian Ambassador to the U.S. H.E. Fayçal Gouiaa who both contributed significantly to the spirit of the celebration. Apart from the speeches and the proclamations, the evening was also abundant in art, exquisite food, music, and a vibrant atmosphere.