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*VIDEO* ITALIAN AMERICANS RETURN TO SPANISH HARLEM

 By Black Radio Network staff

August 10, 2009

Thousands of Italian Americans returned to their roots over the weekend in NYC's Spanish Harlem as part of their annual reunuion where the largest population of Italian Americans once resided. Here are some of the sights and sounds of the Giglio festival...

 

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ITALIAN AMERICANS RETURN TO SPANISH HARLEM from Black Radio Network Staff on Vimeo.


STORY TAGS: italian, americans, spanish, harlem, minority, news, latin, latino, latina, speaking, hispanic, giglio, festival, 2009, new, york, city, nyc

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