Turkish Americans

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Turks In The United States - Notable Individuals
... Numerous Turkish Americans have made notable contributions to American society, particularly in the fields of education, medicine, music, the arts, science ... Many prominent Turkish Americans have made lasting contributions to the American music industry ... Atlantic Records, one of the most successful American independent music labels, in 1947 ...
Turks In The United States - Politics
... See also Turkish lobby in the United States During the 1970s Turkish Americans began to mobilize politically in order to influence American policies ... Thus, this became a turning point for the changing nature of Turkish American associations from those that organized cultural events to those with a more political agenda ... As well as promoting the Turkish culture, Turkish American organizations promote Turkey's position in international affairs and generally support the ...
Congressional Caucus On Turkey And Turkish Americans
... The "Congressional Caucus on Turkey and Turkish Americans" (Turkey Caucus) was established by US Congressmen Robert Wexler (D-Florida), Ed Whitfield (R-Kentucky) and Kay Granger (R-Texas) in March 2001 ... relations and issues that concern Turkish Americans ... have joined this caucus due to the efforts of their Turkish American constituents and friends of Turkey ...

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