Hull House Museum – UIC

Beginning with the mass migration from the shores of southern Europe, over a century ago, a unique phenomenon in American culture began to unfold…the psychological genocide of a people. Media induced; this holocaust vilified Italian Americans in a manner unprecedented. Today, another medium, the Hull House Museum, mandated by the U of I Trustees, for the benefit of scholars, historians and the public alike, has chosen to manipulate history by disengaging Chicago’s Italian American immigrants from their rightful place in the legacy of Jane Addams and the Hull House phenomenon.

If we do not act now, the following will be our epitaph:  “…and it came to pass that, for those who follow us, it will be as if we never were.”

Ethnic Cleansing 101: The Historic Lobotomy on Display at the Jane Addams’ Hull House Museum.

Ethnic Cleansing 101:  The Historic Lobotomy on Display at the Jane Addams’ Hull House Museum. The ethnic cleansing allegedly being practiced by the director of the Hull House Museum, and formally brought to the attention of the UIC’s Board of Trustees in early … Continue reading

Ethnic Cleansing 101: The Historic Lobotomy on Display at the Jane Addams’ Hull House Museum.

Ethnic Cleansing 101:  The Historic Lobotomy on Display at the Jane Addams’ Hull House Museum.   The ethnic cleansing allegedly being practiced by the director of the Hull House Museum, and formally brought to the attention of the UIC’s Board of Trustees in … Continue reading

Ethnic Cleansing 102: The Ethnic Cleansing of the Hull House Neighborhood by the Interim Director of the Hull House Museum

Ethnic Cleansing 102 The Ethnic Cleansing of the Hull House Neighborhood by the Interim Director of the Jane Addams’ Hull House Museum (JAHHM) It is advised that the readers first familiarize themselves with Ethnic Cleansing 101 before continuing on. Italian … Continue reading

Gazette Chicago Article

TSA head asks Hull-House to include more about Italians ( Link to original arcticle ) June 30, 2011 By Susan Fong Vince Romano, founder and editor of the Taylor Street Archives (TSA), wants the Italian-American history of the Near West … Continue reading

UIC - Flawed History

UIC: Flawed History   Vince Romano September 2006 If we do not act now, the following will be our epitaph:  “…and it came to pass that, for those who follow us, it will be as if we never were.”  

Interview: The Hull House Museum

TO: ______________ FROM: Vincent Romano RE: Interview Following is my reaction to a reporter who had recently interviewed me regarding the current issue between the HH Museum and the Taylor Street Archives.(pages 1-3) For the benefit of that reporter, I … Continue reading

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