The Romey project records and narrates the story of a widespread pattern of racially-motivated hostility, vitriol and physical abuse directed at early Arab immigrants who came to, worked, and lived in America between the 1890s and the 1930s.
2021 Khayrallah Prize Competition Open
The Khayrallah Center is now accepting applications for the 2021 Khayrallah Prize. This presitgious prize identifies, awards and publicly honors those whose original creative/artistic work focuses on any aspect of life in Lebanon, or among Lebanese immigrants, whether in the past or present.
Turath: A Virtual Exhibition
The Khayrallah Center invites you to visit turath, a path breaking virtual exhibition about early Arab American cultural life. It narrates this rich heritage through a multimedia exhibit that explores Arab American artists, writers, poets, performers, musicians and journalists who built a remarkable legacy of creativity.
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The Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies is dedicated to research about Lebanese immigrants in the US and throughout the world, and to preserving and sharing that knowledge with the scholarly community and general public.
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