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The Voice of the Diaspora

Take Lebanon with you in your heart, wherever you go. And remember to come HOME often!

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Former Arab-American Activist and U.S. Foreign Service Officer George W. Aldridge Finally Reaches HOME...

Diaspora Lebanese-Americans whose ancestors left Lebanon before World War I are increasingly returning to reconnect with their HOMEland. For former U.S. Embassy Beirut Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) Coordinator George W. Aldridge, the journey...
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Le Mount Stephen Hotel: Blending Montreal’s Past & Present

Nothing says luxury and leisure or materializes Montreal urban heritage quite like an old home transformed into a five-star hotel! Le Mount Stephen Hotel exudes all these characteristics and more. In May 2017, this...
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SEAL: Social & Economic Action for Lebanon Makes Philanthropy Count

At the beginning of SEAL’s third decade, it’s time for the next generation to step up. At Social & Economic Action for Lebanon’s annual gala in New York in September, (SEAL) President George Bitar told...
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Unity Mosque

How one Muslim Lebanese found HOME in a queer-friendly Friday prayer, reconnecting with her faith and other Muslim Lebanese in the diaspora along the way. Live to you from Toronto, but still carrying a piece of Lebanon...
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Georgia Through a Lebanese Lens

Photos by: Aia Dakdouk Lebanese photographer Aia Dakdouk feels drawn to Georgia, the former Soviet Republic, where her lens captures the beautiful combination of Caucasus Mountain villages, Black Sea beaches and the cobblestone streets of...