Is it Greek to you? Well, that’s because it is!
So we decided to ask some people out there for help… and we definitely got some. Check out this funny compilation of New Yorkers attempting to pronounce Aleteia!
Bonus question: Do you know what Aleteia means? It’s Greek for “truth,” referring to our mission to be a gathering place for truth-seekers. Thank you, as always, for joining us on this journey!
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