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WHERE WE’RE GOING & WHERE WE’VE BEEN

Haitian Nomad | Haiti and So Much More

After returning from our biggest trip yet on January 4th to Egypt with over 70 attendees, we’re jumping right to our favorite country: Haiti. In partnership with the PAP Jazz Foundation, we will be hosting our annual Port-au-Prince Jazz Festival trip... Read More...

How Hanukkah Came to America

Hanukkah may be the best known Jewish holiday in the United States. But despite its popularity in the U.S., Hanukkah is ranked one of Judaism’s minor festivals,... Read More...

How the Lebanese Became White?

Race is a difficult topic. It is fraught with a violent history and tumultuous feelings. Yet, race was a central element in the Lebanese immigrant experience, not only in the Jim Crow south of the U.S. but in Africa, Australia, and South America. Th... Read More...

After Hajj | Malcolm X in Beirut

Much of the last year of X’s life was devoted to travel in Southwest Asia and Africa. Primarily to perform hajj at a pivotal time in his own sense and understanding of Islam, X also wished to visit various capitals in the region. He was deeply mark... Read More...

ARCHIVISTS’ NOTE | NOVEMBER 2018

This is one of my favorite issues. I likely say that often; however, I'm so serious this time. Sometimes when we choose a destination to cover, we really don't know much about that country except for the fact that we want to go! As the editor, it'... Read More...