|2,979 (2000 US Census)|
9,000 (Libyan-born; 2008–2012)
|Arabic (Libyan Arabic), American English|
|Sunni Islam, Judaism|
Some Libyan American associations are the Libyan American Organization, Libyan American Friendship Association (LAFA), Libyan American Association in Southern California and Libyan American Association of Georgia.
The Libyan American Organization have as goal the Libya defense, promote political awareness among its members and integrate to all community in the association. In addition, the organization wants to improve education, health care and infrastructure of Libya. The association hopes to have the community support in order to "rebuilding our beloved country".
Libyan American Friendship Association (LAFA) have as goal promote friendship between the Libyan and U.S., making dialogue the two peoples by holding international meetings and symposia, for the creation of programs and projects that help both peoples to establish ties. The organization celebrates coordinate visits between institutions of "economic, social, scientific and national / civil joint".
- Saddeka Arebi (d. 2007), social anthropologist, author
- Don Coscarelli (b. 1954), film director, producer, screenwriter
- Sadeg Faris, engineer, entrepreneur
- Fadwa El Gallal, journalist
- Mohamed Hrezi (b. 1991), marathon runner
- Khaled Mattawa (b. 1964), poet
- Esam Omeish (b. 1967), surgeon
- Noor Tagouri (b. 1993), journalist, activist, motivational speaker
- Khalifa Haftar (b. 1943), general, commander of the Libyan National Army
- Libya–United States relations
- Arab Americans
- Berber Americans
- North Africans in the United States
- Libyan Canadians
- Stabin, Tova. "Libyan Americans." Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America, edited by Thomas Riggs, (3rd ed., vol. 3, Gale, 2014), pp. 101-109. online