Bridging the Divide in Andrews, North Carolina
This article originally appeared on Arab American Institute’s website on January 20, 2015. The author, Joan Hanna, granted the Center permission to republish. The article can be found here. A Note from the Center: In 2010, when we established the first […]
Festival scavenger hunt, great success!
This is a guest post from Margie Merod, Assistant Director, The Lebanese in North Carolina Project. Saturday, August 2nd saw a great turnout at the Cedars in the Pines festival hosted by the Triangle Lebanese Association (TLA) and the Khayrallah […]
El-Khouri’s in Wilkes-Barre
This is a guest post by Assistant Director, Margie Merod. Many Lebanese in North Carolina have connections to other American towns. The El-Khouri family with deep roots in Andrews, North Carolina has ties to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. The family’s heirlooms include […]