As part of the center’s core mission, we teach the Lebanese heritage community and the American public about the long history of Lebanese and Middle Eastern immigration to the United States. Producing museum exhibits is essential to achieving this goal. Through these displays, the center has presented cutting edge scholarship and utilized innovative technology while sharing stories about Lebanese-Americans.
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The Khayrallah Center invites you to visit turath, a parth 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 Lebanese in America
The Lebanese in America is a traveling exhibit detailing the history of Lebanese immigration to the U.S. from 1880 through today. It is composed of eight conveniently transportable panels and designed to easily display in a myriad of locations from community centers and churches, to libraries and museums.
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Cedars in the Pines
This exhibit told the story of Lebanese immigration to North Carolina and was a companion to the documentary film of the same name. Cedars in the Pines premiered at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh in February of 2014 and traveled to New Bern and Charlotte, NC before closing in August of 2015.