Turkish American

Turkish American

Turkish Americans (Turkish: Türk asıllı ABD'liler; literally "Turkish-originating Americans") are people who have Turkish ancestry and are citizens of the United States.

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Assembly Of Turkish American Associations - Background
... has quickly become the voice and advocate of Turkish Americans in the United States, Canada, and Turkey ... Ever since its foundation, ATAA continues to grow rapidly to serve the Turkish American community ... Activities include but are not limited to educational seminars for Turkish American communities on grassroots advocacy and civic leadership conferences on contemporary ...
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Turkish American Association
... The Federation of Turkish American Associations is a non-profit organizations which was established in 1956 for the purpose of uniting and supporting the Turkish ...
Turks In The United States - Media - Turkish Newspapers and Periodicals in The U.S.A.
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