Even When It Comes To Great Art There Are No Limits To Offensive Media Campaigns: Defacing Michelangelo’s David
“Murder Marinara” Now Canceled
from left, Andre DiMino, Past National UNICO President and Chairman of the IAOVC Board; Vikki Miragliotta, IAOVC writer; Paul Alongi, Bowl-a-thon Chairman; and Manny Alfano, IAOVC President. The event, held at Van Houten Bowling Lanes in Clifton, New Jersey, hosted sixty bowlers from various groups. Trophies were presented to the winning team members and the three high scorers of the day. After the bowling competition, participants and guests enjoyed a pizza party. Some of the sponsors of the event were Bloomfield UNICO, the Alongi family, Investors Bank, Nanina’s In The Park and the Belleville Motor Lodge, just to name a few.
March Is Women’s History Month The Italian American Woman: Let’s Burnish Our Image, Not Tarnish It!
By Corrado Gigante, Retired Director, US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Board Member IAOVC
At the outset of this article I want to make it clear that the Italian American One Voice Coalition is an apolitical group. We simply don’t get involved in partisan issues nor do we care to take sides. The one side we do care about and speak out on is the treatment of Italian Americans. In this article we will look at some recent developments in the media coverage and campaign efforts towards Italian American elected officials and candidates.