(ANSA) – BARI, OCTOBER 30 – “A light for every wounded face”.
In the rainbow square of Bari, the more than 500 demonstrators replicated the flash mob made in Milan on the evening of the rejection of the Zan bill in the Senate, raising their mobile phones to the sky with their torches lit “so that they can count us – they said – because we are more than who he applauded, trampling on the lives and faces of each of us “.
In the square, alongside the coordination of the Bari Pride which organized the event and which received the support of 25 cultural and student associations, parties and trade unions, there are also representatives of local institutions, the Municipality of Bari and the Puglia Region.
“We do not stop and leave stronger – said the municipal councilor for Welfare, Francesca Bottalico -. We owe it to the country, to ourselves, to those who are victims of violence and discrimination every day, we owe it to ours and ours daughters”.
The event was joined by Agedo Puglia, Mixed lgbti, Link Bari, Zona Franka, Cgil Bari, Rete Lenford, Uaar Bari, La Giusta Causa, Movimento Nuove Frontiere, Citt, Rainbow Parents Network, Murgia Queer, Possibile Puglia, Anpi and Arci Bari, Italian Left Puglia, Volt Puglia, Young Democrats Bari City, Amnesty Bari, Safiya Anti-Violence Center, Quark, Independent Students, Bristleworms, Freely Active Times and Spaces, Italian Lesbian List. (HANDLE).
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