Sami Al-Asady

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About Sami Al-Asady

A child of war refugees and a first-generation college student, Sami embraces his diverse academic and multicultural background in his contributions to public service, civil liberties, and social justice. He studies political science at ASU Barrett, The Honors College to one day emerge as a leader in foreign and domestic politics. Outside the classroom, Sami is an activist fighting for the civil liberties of marginalized communities in the United States, especially secular and LGBTQ+ communities. At the state and federal levels, he campaigned for State Representative Judy Schwiebert, interned for Congressman Ruben Gallego, and currently sits on the Board of Secular AZ. Sami has received the Freedom From Religion Foundation Al Luneman Student Activist Award at their National Conference in Boston, MA, the Elks National Foundation Award for Most Valuable Student, and was also selected for the 2021 Cox-State Department Diplomacy Seminar.

June 2022

March 2022

Women’s Bodies, Ducey’s Choice

By |2022-04-05T21:25:50-07:00March 31st, 2022|AZ Politics|

Governor Doug Ducey just signed three bills violating constitutional principles: SB1164, banning abortion after 15 weeks; SB1165, prohibiting trans girls from sports; and SB1138, restricting gender transitions. Each is a reminder that there

February 2022

January 2022

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