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Sab Roncucci, 2002.  Photo by David Ridley of the Heritage Community Foundation. Listen as Sab Roncucci talks about the development of multiculturalism in both Alberta and Canada and his role.

Development of Multiculturalism
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In the following excerpt, Sab Roncucci talks about issues of Italian community identity and cultural stereotyping.

Cultural Stereotyping
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Sab Roncucci talks about Italian immigration history beginning with the late 19th century and the "immigration of despair" from southern Italy. He talks about the hardships of working in the mines and railroads and distinguishes this from the post-World War II immigration.

"Immigration of Despair" - Part 1
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"Immigration of Despair" - Part 2
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Listen as Sab Roncucci talks about the Tailor Technician Program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, which he set up.

Tailor Technician Program
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