Explore America without leaving your home with ePluribus: America. Founded in Whitesboro, New York, our American culture magazine celebrates some of the unique aspects of this great nation. We feature informative pieces on regional events and state-wide cultural news and celebrations.

About Our Founder

Jeanette Lenoir was born in Suriname and relocated to the U.S. at the age of 13. Lenoir’s passion for journalism and culture has led her to build a career in media and her current work with ePluribus: America, in an effort to raise awareness of the importance of culture as a basic human need. ePa’s motto is, Humanity Starts With Culture.

Lenoir, whose life has been a cultural experience in itself, was born to an Anthropologist from Oklahoma and daughter of the Captain of her tribe’s Island, Langetabetje. She is a proud tribal member of the Pamaka people, descendants of escaped slaves who settled along the Marowijne River island, located in the dense Amazon Jungle in the interior of the country between Suriname and French Guyana.

Her work as a Journalist and broadcaster has taken her from Texas, Virginia, Washington, D.C, and New York. Lenoir’s background includes her work as deputy press secretary in Congress, anchor, reporter, producer, and radio talk show host. In 2012, she won a NYSBA award for Best Spot News, and was selected as YWCA Outstanding Woman of the Year in Arts & Communications in New York’s Mohawk Valley. In 2004, former Congressman Chris Bell recognized her for her outstanding service to the 25th Congressional District of Texas.

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