Thanksgiving, A Time for Homecomings

On Thanksgiving, friends and families gather to share traditions and blessings. It's the time of year when many people return to their hometowns. Guests share stories of getting back, in person and in spirit.

Guests:

Charles Sennott, author of The Body and the Blood: The Holy Land at the Turn of a New Millennium: A Reporter's Journey; a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University

Jon Spelman, acclaimed storyteller

Michael Tisserand, former editor of the Gambit Weekly, New Orleans' weekly

Diana Abu-Jaber, Jordanian-American author whose most recent book is The Language of Baklava: A Memoir

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