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Andrea Anselmetti Nov 13
Great insight and discussion on uprising and reform in Lebanon at UCL yesterday. Interesting perspectives on crisis and possible political and economic outcomes.
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Khayrallah Center Dec 4
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Zeina Hawa Nov 13
A very full house at discussion on Lebanese uprising & reforms. Diaspora (most of audience was Lebanese), equivalent to 4x population and 12x GDP of Lebanon, has a big role to play
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Khayrallah Center Nov 1
an African-American nurse traveled to Lebanon in 1951 to assist in launching the country's nursing education program? Read her story :
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Khayrallah Center Nov 4
We're live streaming Congresswoman Shalala's talk! If you're unable to make it, use the link below to watch the discussion! Watch:
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UNC Center for Middle East and Islamic Studies Mar 15
New article from on the role of in early Lebanese immigrant communities:
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Khayrallah Center Dec 13
"Our research suggests that from 1922 to 1949, Lebanese immigrants had a higher rate of death than the general US population." More:
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Khayrallah Center Dec 2
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Khayrallah Center Nov 1
seats are filling up quickly for Donna Shalala's talk about higher education in America? Get your tix here:
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Khayrallah Center Dec 9
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Khayrallah Center Dec 12
that we finished another mapping project called Syrians in New York: Mapping Movement, 1900-1930? Read more:
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Khayrallah Center Dec 10
that Naif Farah arrived in from in 1896? He lived in a tenement building with about 53 other people. Read more:
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