Not all Italians are white, not even all Italian MPs. Jean Léonard Touadi was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and has lived and worked in Italy for much of his life. A cultivated man, he would prefer not to find himself called on every other day to comment on a rising tide of xenophobic political rhetoric – and, inevitably, on the racist attacks which have followed. But when 19-year-old Italian-born Abdul Salam Guibre was clubbed to death near Milan station last year, he was too alarmed to hold his tongue: “It’s a climate reminiscent of Mississipi Burning,” he said.… Seguir leyendo »
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