Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Italian-Americans want to make Columbus statue a landmark

I'm all for this.  The Italian-Americans in New York are not a bunch a punks like they are in San Francisco. 

NY Post reports a coalition of Italian-American groups are trying to thwart Mayor de Blasio’s bid to alter the Christopher Columbus statue at Columbus Circle by asking a city commission landmark it.

Last month, Hizzoner said the statue would soon be joined by historical markers that tell the fuller story of the explorer, warts and all.

But that plan doesn’t sit well with members of the Italian-American community, who revere the explorer as a cultural icon.

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