(ANSA) – PALERMO, 17 JUL – On the thirtieth anniversary of the Via D’Amelio massacre, the Paolo and Rita Borsellino Study Center is organizing the initiative “Let’s color Via D’Amelio: July 19 for the citizens of tomorrow”. Dedicated to Rita, Paolo, Agostino, Claudio, Emanuela, Vincenzo and Walter. The educational issue assumes a central importance in the commitment of the Study Center to the new generations, which has marked the entire civil commitment of Rita Borsellino, Paolo’s sister. The event – which obtained the free patronage of the Structure for the enhancement of the national anniversaries of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and enjoys the partnership of the Ministry of Education, the University of Enna “Kore”, the Enna Library Center , and numerous associations – will take place on July 19 from 9.00 to 12.00 around the olive tree in Via D’Amelio and will see the alternation of testimonies, playful entertainment, outdoor readings and, finally, the intervention art by Salvo Piparo, Palermo actor and storyteller.
A final event of an itinerary that lasted several months, in which the Bibliolapa, the traveling library of the Study Center built on a bee motorbike, carried out dozens of activities in the neighborhoods of the city. At 10.00 a visit by Patrizio Bianchi, Minister of Education is scheduled and to follow, at 12.00, at the end of the recreational activities, in live streaming from the Facebook page of the Study Center, the four winning works of the National Competition “Quel fresco perfume will be announced. of freedom – sixth edition “, jointly promoted by the Ministry of Education and the Study Center with the patronage of Siped, the Italian Society of Pedagogy, whose thematic proposal for this call was” Civil rights are the rights of others ” . (HANDLE).
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