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Understanding the Iranian-American Society

Iranian-American Society
Written by OIAC

10 Jun 2017

Located along the Caspian coast, the country of Iran has become a source of tremendous speculation over the years. While the politics of this country are often cloudy to some, there is a group of individuals fighting to make their stance on peace known to the world, and they live right here in the U.S. It’s estimated that there are over one million Iranian-Americans living in the United States. The Iranian community may seem like a small percentage of the population, but they are a powerful source for good.

The Iranian-American Community

Iranian-Americans are one of the most highly educated and successful groups of minorities in the country. Not only do they take education seriously, but they also are determined to have a positive impact on the political and social scenes in the United States. With the growth of various Iranian community organizations, it’s easier to understand the culture of these phenomenal individuals and diminish any misconceptions or biases.

With the help of Iranian societies, America has a greater chance at peace. Many of these citizens, both young and old, have an in-depth understanding of the culture and politics of their home country. Because of this, they are determined to effect positive changes. Through education and hard work, they are changing the perception of Iran in many areas of the country. If given the chance, they could do much more than just change the opinions of Americans. Iranian-Americans could be the missing bridge between the United States and Iran. With their help, it will be easier to navigate the waters of treaties, alliances, and other exchanges. For this reason, so many Iranian-Americans are dedicating themselves to serving both the American people as well as the Iranians.

Whether it’s through running for political office or taking part in the Iranian-American Society, Iranian-Americans have so much to offer. Through their example, the United States may begin to repair and strengthen a relationship with Iran.

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