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  • Art & Culture
    Anthony Julian Tamburri(November 25, 2014)
    In order for Italian Americans to tackle head-on the discourse of race and ethnicity we should abandon the implicitly exclusionary term “tolerance,” which implies something distasteful, if not outright negative. We should embrace instead the more inclusive term “acceptance,” which underscores assent of a condition or situation—in this case, someone’s difference (e.g., race, gender, ethnicity, sexuality)—without attempting to disapprove or modify it.
  • Minister for Equal Opportunities Mara Carfagna
    The Italian Cultural Institute of New York held a symposium about women’s rights, equality, and empowerment. Participants included the Italian Minister for Equal Opportunity Mara Carfagna and Emma Bonino, Vice President of the Italian Senate and co-founder of No Peace Without Justice