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Immigrant Week has started in New York: the program includes Nabokov and tours of Jewish areas


Alina Prikhodko

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The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) announced 20th Annual Immigrant Heritage Week. In this regard, the city will hold events dedicated to the immigrant community of the Big Apple.

Immigrant Heritage Week was first organized in New York in 2004. This celebration commemorates the 117th anniversary of April 17, 1907. On this day, the largest number of immigrants - 11 people - entered the United States through Ellis Island.

“New York is the greatest city in the world because we capital of immigrants, said Mayor Eric Adams. “Immigrants are at the core of what makes our metropolis so unique, and Immigrant Heritage Week celebrates every person who contributes to the great diversity of cultures and languages ​​in our city.” New York is proud to have become a place where many have been able to achieve their American Dream.”

Program of events

MOIA will release a new series of illustrations, which will talk about the various immigrant communities in five boroughs, including Little Africa in the Bronx, Little Manila in Queens, Chinatown in Manhattan and many other immigrant areas.

Master classes on playing drums and making kimchi await you, Passover food distribution, dancing for older people, Walking Tour: Jewish Lower East Side, Earth Day celebration, literary evening on the works of Nabokov, Bengali New Year celebrations and many other interesting events. With the full Immigrant Heritage Week program you can check it out here.

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“This Immigrant Heritage Week, take advantage of programs across the city to appreciate and celebrate our cultural, linguistic and ethnic diversity and all that brings beauty and light to the city,” said Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Anne Williams -Isom.

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