Race and America's immigrant press; how the Slovaks were taught to think like white people. Zecker, Robert M. Continuum Publishing Group, New Book.
Zecker history, Saint Francis Xavier U. The author focuses on Slovak-speaking immigrants and how they were informed of race relations by the Slovak language press. He also notes that while the Slovak immigrants may have been unsure of the status of their "whiteness" in their newly-adopted country, it becomes apparent that they were not strangers to prejudice in their native countries. For many, the acculturation they experienced meant to varying degrees that they traded long-standing prejudices against Jews and Gypsies for prejudices against black Americans and others with whom they were unfamiliar.
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