Upcoming Event: Cedars in the Pines viewing
For those of you who missed the premiere in March 2012 or would like to view the documentary again, the NC Museum of History will be hosting a screening of our full-length film, Cedars in the Pines, this month! The film […]
1.5M Americans of Arab descent: Breaking down the Census report for Lebanese-Americans
If you follow our Facebook page or if you keep up with breaking news of the Census (!), you know that the Census’ ongoing survey called American Community Survey (ACS) just released a short report and accompanying statistics that reflect […]
Our Newspaper Collection is growing!
For anyone that’s been perusing our archival collection recently, you’ll know that we are constantly adding material. In the last month, the biggest concentration has been in the Newspaper Collection where we now have 224 (and counting!) materials specifically newspaper […]
We will be at the Library of Congress in September
The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is hosting a symposium called “Cultural Heritage Archives: Networks, Innovation & Collaboration” from September 26-27 in Washington, DC. We have been selected as one of the Project’s that best exemplifies new […]
2013 Summer Institute for Educators
As you may know, the Lebanese in North Carolina Project has been working with state-based educators in a collaboration designed to increase awareness of global influences in the state, foster a deeper knowledge of the role of Lebanese-Americans on the […]
Donate your artifacts to the exhibit!
In preparation for our 2014 museum exhibit, Cedars in the Pines, at the North Carolina Museum of History, we are asking the community to consider loaning the project artifacts, objects, heirlooms, original photographs, and documents to showcase the long and […]