The Sunday sun shines brightly over the city, as the allure of immigrant stories beckons us. In the realm of the Balkan Voice, we gather around to celebrate the triumphs and tenacity of extraordinary Americans hailing from Serbian descent.
Our Culture Editor Milos Rastovic has woven together a mesmerizing tale of the great inventor, Mihaljo Pupin.
At the Balkan Voice, we pride ourselves on providing a platform for voices that often go unheard and igniting a profound appreciation for the immigrant experience.
We believe in the power of storytelling to bridge gaps, foster understanding, and celebrate the rich diversity that colors our lives. It is with great pleasure that we bring you this riveting account, reminding us of the indelible mark that immigrants of the Balkan heritage have left on American soil.
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Matija Pecotic’s life unfolds like the pages of a captivating novel—a rich tapestry of cultural experiences woven together by his unique journey. Born in Belgrade, living on the sun-soaked shores of Malta, with Croatian parents, and now embracing his identity as an American, Pecotic’s story is a testament to the richness of cross-cultural immersion. A…Keep reading
CHICAGO —VP Kamala Harris arrived at the Rainbow PUSH Convention at the Apostolic Church of God at 1:40 pm. VP Harris commenced her speech, focusing on the influential legacy and accomplishments of Rev. Jesse Jackson throughout the decades. She lauded his civil rights advocacy within the Rainbow PUSH Coalition and beyond. Highlighting his groundbreaking presidential…Keep reading
CHICAGO—Civil rights leader, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, announced his plans to step down as president of the Chicago-based Rainbow PUSH Coalition, the international human and civil rights organization that he founded. Jackson made the announcement on July 8, stating, “I’m going to make a transition pretty soon.” During his address, Jackson expressed his lengthy commitment…Keep reading