UNICO National Greater Atlantic City Chapter and St Michael’s Church Present the St Jospeh’s Day Pasta Dinner
St Queremba Hall
Atlantic City, NJ
Cost: $10 per adult, $5 per child (Ages 2-12)
Pasta, Meatball, Sausage, Salad, Beverage and Dessert
Entertainment by Joe Degennaro!
For details please contact the UNICO National office @ 973-808-0035.
Map of Italian Languages and dialects – click to enlarge it In Italian the most spoken languages are mainly Romance languages, but also Germanic languages, Slavic languages, Greek and Albanian. The Italian, the official language of the Italian Republic descends historically from the literary Tuscan, the use of which began with the great writers Dante, […]
Linciati: Lynchings of Italians in America (2004)Linciati: Lynchings of Italians in America (2004) Unlike other European immigrants who struggled initially to become “white” in America, such as the Irish and the Jews, Italian immigrants fought a hostile reception even beyond the third generation in the U.S. Despite or perhaps because of the nearly quintessential American families of the Corleones and the Sopranos, young people of Italian descent are still given affirmative action scholarships, at least in New York City, to entice them to go to college and take part in the American Dream. Although European immigrants were initially granted automatic citizenship thanks to the privileging of white skin that inspired the Naturalization Act of 1790, thus leading to the large-scale immigration of Europeans of the 19th and 20th century, it took Italians several generations to be perceived as entirely “white”, while the Irish and Jews were essentially “white” by the second generation.
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