Welcome to ePluribus: America
A PUBLICATION FOCUSED UNIQUELY ON AMERICAN CULTURE STORIES
If it's 24/7 news you're after, you won't find it here. ePluribus: America, created in New York, is an American culture magazine that features cultural and political news and information from around the country.
ePluribus: America is so named, as a contemporary phrase that incorporates the original concept of our nation's motto, expanding it to the many cultural and political components that come together to make up America. This publication aims to increase exposure of America's diverse and changing culture. ePa's founder and editor, Jeanette Lenoir, is an award-winning journalist, former congressional staff, news anchor and radio talk show host.
E Pluribus Unum, Latin for, “Out of Many, One,” is the motto of the United States, located on the seal of the President and on all quarters. Traditionally, the understood meaning of the phrase was that out of many states (or colonies) emerge a single nation. However, in recent years its meaning has come to suggest that out of many peoples, races, religions and ancestries has emerged a single people and nation—illustrating the concept of the “melting pot”. ePa’s mission is aimed at better defining what American Culture is through storytelling, and capturing its evolution, one story at a time, in an ever-changing world.