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  • Italian-American Culture – Part 1

    It was in the 1800’s that Italian immigrants first started landing on the shores of America, they came as rather unskilled laborers that was needed to help a booming fledgling economy.

  • Italian-American Culture – Part 2

    All Italian-Americans condemned such negativity, and one piece of research by an American medical survey supported the Italian-American way of life stating that the community had a lower than average rate of heart disease.

  • The History of the Italian Roots of the New York Police Department – Part 1

    Italian American have deep roots in the police departments all over certain major cities in the U.S especially in New York.

  • What is Italian-American Food? – Part 2

    Then there was a migration of Italian-American restaurant chefs to change the dishes as they were allowed more freedom in the kitchen to express themselves.

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The History of the Italian Roots of the New York Police Department – Part 1

At one time in New York there were high tensions between the NYC Police Department and the Italian immigrant community, so how did all this change?

The Italian immigrants believed that not only did the police department fail to give adequate protection of their community, they actually targeted it. And to expand on this further, they thought that the criminal prosecution was prejudiced against them.

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