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The President’s Corner

Hello, ATI members! The ATI Board got together in January during the ATI Annual Strategic Planning annual meeting and we are excited about the activities that we have planned for our members during 2016! This year, we will offer three workshops; one in the spring, one in the summer and one in the winter. We held…

Respecting our Language by using it more

Image Credit: LUIS VAZQUEZ/Gulf News Respecting our language by using it more We respect and appreciate the Arabic language, which grants Arabs their identity By Mohammad Hassan 
Al Harbi, Special to Gulf News Published: 17:00 April 4, 2016 The declaration of 2016 as the Year of Reading is a very wise and marvellous decision. The…

Justice moves slowly for those who need interpreters

  Justice moves slowly for those who need interpreters POSTED MAR 01, 2016 04:20 AM CST BY WENDY N. DAVIS Social worker Vanessa Finley. Photo by Len Irish. On a winter morning in New York City last year, a mother had to leave her 10-year-old son home alone so she could go to work. The…

Antitrust Controversy: ATA Responds to Allegations It Puts Association First Over Members

Antitrust Controversy: ATA Responds to Allegations It Puts Association First Over Members by Marion Markingon April 5, 2016 Industry News US Antitrust Policy comprises a triumvirate of laws designed to protect the hallowed free market system of the United States. Antitrust enforcer, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), drives home the point thusly on its website: “Certain acts are…

Saving Spanish in Miami

The Atlantic Saving Spanish in Miami Fifty years ago, hundreds of thousands of Cubans immigrated to the southern tip of Florida. Now, the city has to teach a new generation how to thrive in a bilingual economy. MATT VASILOGAMBROS MAR 15, 2016 NEXT AMERICA: COMMUNITIES MIAMI—Spanish is an integral part of daily life here. In…