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TCC reaches out to Syracuse community to share its unique culture

TCC reaches out to Syracuse community to share its unique culture

The Turkish Cultural Center in Syracuse serves the local Turkish-American community. The organization strives to educate and inform the public about the many aspects of Turkey, Turkish culture and history. Executive director Tim Saka says ...

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Lecture & Book Signing “Where is Turkey Headed?”

Lecture & Book Signing “Where is Turkey Headed?”

Lecture & Book Signing “Where is Turkey Headed?” “Where is Turkey Headed?” is probably one of the most prominent questions that scholars resume to investigate in foreign affairs. Unfortunately, there is no definite answer to ...

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Breakfast & Meeting with Staten Island Museum Representatives

Breakfast & Meeting with Staten Island Museum Representatives

We had a meeting following a breakfast with Staten Island Museum representatives. Possible event partnership and future events are discussed. Thanks to our guests Ms. Adolph, Mr. Blanco and  Ms. Bushelle from SI Museum. .

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Statement on Chapel Hill Shootings

Statement on Chapel Hill Shootings

New York, February 11, 2015 – The Turkish Cultural Center strongly condemns the slaying of the three Muslim students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It is heartbreaking to see the loss of ...

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Interfaith prayer for peace in Albany

Interfaith prayer for peace in Albany

Faith Brings Us Together Faith communities in Albany came together to pray for peace and solidarity in new year. You can read the article and watch the time warner cable news that covered this important ...

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Coffe Night at TCC Syracuse “The Legacy Of Dr. King”

Coffe Night at TCC Syracuse “The Legacy Of Dr. King”

“Turkish Cultural Center-Syracuse organized a special coffee night dedicated to the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. The event was attended by the Turkish-American community and the broader Syracuse community. Professor Mark Muhammad of Onondaga ...

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