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This May, we had the honor of participating in the Festival of Nations for the third consecutive year. The Festival of Nations, which has been held annually for over 80 years, inspires individuals “to discover more about our wonderful world and embrace its rich cultural diversity.” This rich diversity was celebrated with 35 cafes, over Continue Reading »
Festival of Nations recap by IARP intern Jackie Myer. As visitors entered the exhibit area, they to the festival were drawn to the beautiful blue replica of the Gate of Ishtar, the former eighth gate to the inner city of Babylon. The gate was originally constructed in 575 BC by the order of King Nebuchadnezzar Continue Reading »
Are you interested in participating in one of the premier multi-cultural events of the year? The International Institute is now accepting applications for Festival of Nations volunteers!