It is a Bologna renamed the one that emerges unscathed from the regional manifestation of migrants, a better city. Under the shadow of the two towers and a typically Emilian sky, the procession that parades through the avenues of the city brings nothing but a ray of sunshine. High participation and different realities present.
We talk about rights, we talk about work, lots of union flags and tough appeals. The procession grinds miles of humanity with twentieth-century pride, and only a few are not captured.
Rights are requested from Piazza XX Settembre to Via Irnerio up to Via Indipendenza.
Many workers, but there are also high school students where integration is experienced day after day, anti-racist associations and social centers.
Galaxies reunited, from opposition to Bossi-Fini to trade union battles. An important step that crosses and reiterates March 1, if they are the banner that opens the procession, it seems that, nine months later, the acronyms supporting them are greater now the protest.
A signal that nothing has been done yet. The newspapers talk about 4.000 people present at the event, a flop index figure but we can assure that (without making estimates impossible for us) of an unsuccessful event we cannot talk.
We interviewed Cécile Kyenge Kashetu newly elected national coordinator of the March 1st movement and immigration manager of the Democratic Party of Emilia Romagna. Https: //www.youtube.com/watch? V = I4XWmbIWW2Y
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