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Macedonian Center of New York and UMDiaspora to Hold Literary Evening

The Macedonian Center of New York in collaboration with United Macedonian Diaspora is holding a literary evening featuring a presentation on Recent Works that Promote Macedonian History and Culture in the United States. The Macedonian Center of New York in collaboration with United Macedonian Diaspora cordially invites you to a literary evening featuring a presentation on Recent Works that Promote…

Macedonian Embassy and UMDiaspora to Hold Literary Evening

The Embassy of Macedonia in Washington, D.C. in collaboration with United Macedonian Diaspora is holding a literary evening featuring a presentation on Recent Works that Promote Macedonian History and Culture in the United States. The Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia in collaboration with United Macedonian Diaspora cordially invites you to a literary evening featuring a presentation on Recent Works…

For Ethnic Americans, The Old Country Calls

The author of this piece, Yossi Shain, the Director of the Center for Jewish Civilization at Georgetown University, makes note of how remarkable “it is that transnational allegiance to both an ancestral homeland and to the U.S. can exist without conflict.”  To more how ethnic Americans export American values to their ancestral homelands, please click HERE. 

EU Leaders Grant Macedonia Candidate Status

Today is a great day in the history of the Macedonian nation and people!  The United Macedonian Diaspora commends the EU decision to grant Macedonia candidate status.  We encourage the Macedonian government and people to work much harder at meeting the necessary reforms to become an EU member state, which is not far from now.  Please read full article by…

International Children’s Day

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the juncture of International Children’s Day, the United Macedonian Diaspora emphasizes its recognition of the devastating economic situation befallen upon many nations in the Balkans and Eastern Europe.  This debilitated climate has led to a social abyss, which neglects the support and well being of the least powerful of society; specifically, our children. Needless to say,…

International Children’s Day

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the juncture of International Children’s Day, the United Macedonian Diaspora emphasizes its recognition of the devastating economic situation befallen upon many nations in the Balkans and Eastern Europe. This debilitated climate has led to a social abyss, which neglects the support and well being of the least powerful of society; specifically, our children. Needless to say,…

The Legend of Kalesh Andja – Special Offer

The Legend of Kalesh Andja – Special Offer

This is the perfect gift for your loved one – a great read for your child or grandchild. In the novel, The Legend of Kalesh Andja, the brave peasant girl, Andja, her brother Angele-Arslan and most other characters in this story may only be the product of old legend and storytelling in Macedonia. However, most incidents in this story, the…

UMDiaspora Condemns Burning of Macedonian Flags

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United Macedonian Diaspora expresses serious concern and apprehension following the burning of fifteen Macedonian flags by loathing members of the Greek minority in Albania hours before the visit of Macedonian President Branko Crvenkovski in Tirana on November 11th, 2005.  UMDiaspora condemns such racist and nationalistic acts of hate.  The Albanian authorities must prevent or heavily regulate…