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Michael Jay Friedman

Director, Office of Publications

the State Department

HQ Phone:  (202) 647-4000

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Email: f***@***.gov

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the State Department

2201 C St #6423

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20520

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

President

MLF MediaConsulting


Executive Director

Legal Rights Center , Inc.


Adjunct Professor

Farmingdale State College


Editor

ABC Radio Network


Account Executive

Fred Rosen Associates


Staff Writer

US State Department


Board Chair

The CRA


Division Chief of Print Publications

State Department`s Bureau of International Information Programs


Published Short-Story Writer, Taught Fiction

Trinity College


Chair

The Authority


Affiliations

Dwj Television, Inc.

Founding Partner


Minnesota State Bar Association

Several Committees


Hennepin County Bar Association

Several Committees


MnEEP School

Individual Member


National Lawyers Guild

Members


NLG-MN Chapter

Members


Education

BA

Brooklyn College


MA

Journalism

University of Missouri


Master of Fine Arts

Cornell University


Masters Degree

Physical Therapy

Shenandoah University


undergraduate degree

Oberlin College


undergraduate degree

University of Maryland


Web References(81 Total References)


State Department's love affair with Islamists :: Steven Emerson

www.steveemerson.com [cached]

The booklet aims "to disabuse people of wildly false myths of the United States - that 'Muslims are repressed, marginalized,' fill in the blanks," said Michael Friedman, division chief of print publications with the State Department's Bureau of International Information Programs.
The government has not produced similar booklets for any other faith, Friedman said. "Our audience is more likely to be an Indonesian schoolchild who is not likely to be Googling the names of the organizations" like CAIR, MPAC or ISNA, Friedman said.


United States History - Free E-Books

www.e-booksdirectory.com [cached]

by Michael Jay Friedman - U. S. Department of State , 2009


Islam - Free E-Books

www.e-booksdirectory.com [cached]

by George Clack, Michael Jay Friedman - U.S. Department of State , 2009


Brown v. Board of Education I

www.citizensource.com [cached]

The Brown v. Board of Education Decision: 50 Years Later [Michael J. Friedman, U.S. Department of State]


Islamist outreach continues apace in US - ICJS Research

www.icjs-online.org [cached]

The purpose of publishing "Being Muslim in America" is "to disabuse people of wildly false myths of the United States -- that 'Muslims are repressed, marginalized, fill in the blanks,' " according to Michael Friedman, division chief of print publications with the State Department's Bureau of International Information Programs, which is overseeing distribution of the publication.
Although State doesn't have a specific target number of copies that it is looking to sell or give away, Friedman said a similar 2002 State Department report titled "Muslim Life in America" had 400,000 print copies distributed worldwide and was translated into 28 languages. "It is conceivable that this one could reach that level," he told IPT News. In addition, both "Muslim Life in America" and "Being Muslim in America" are featured on State Department web sites, here and here. Asked whether similar booklets had been produced for other faiths, Friedman said no. With limited funding available, decision was made to produce a publication on American Muslims because "the struggle against Islamic terrorism is a struggle for hearts and minds in the Muslim world," he said. "Our audience is more likely to be an Indonesian schoolchild who is not likely to be Googling the names of the organizations" like CAIR, MPAC or ISNA, Friedman said. Given financial constraints facing the State Department, it is essential to get the most "bang for the buck," Friedman added, and the best way to ensure that occurred was to produce a publication emphasizing that Muslims in America participate in "all walks of life" rather than a conversation "at a higher intellectual level" explaining the ideological war within Islam.


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