How did migration affect the health of the early Lebanese American community?
This post is co-written by Sarah Soleim, a PhD in Public History at NC State University specializing in twentieth-century United States history, and Marjorie Stevens, Senior Researcher for the Center. For more articles on this topic, check out Counting the Lebanese […]
Tragedy strikes a Lebanese Community, 1918
This post is written by Margie Stevens. Her research focuses on death certificates of Lebanese in the United States. Her regular contributions will feature stories of Lebanese in different states across the U.S. This month, her focus is on Kentucky. […]
What death certificates tell us about the lives of Lebanese
The goal of the Khayrallah Center is to shed light on the important contribution of Lebanese-Americans. Beginning with a focus on North Carolina, we’ve accomplished that by conducting interviews, archiving family photos and movies, and creating cultural projects like a documentary […]
January Newsletter is here!
Here’s our January newsletter. If you’d like to be featured in the next issue, please let us know! Click here if you missed our December newsletter. We’d like to thank Mr. Phillip Baddour who has generously donted $500 to help […]