In an overwhelmingly catholic country, Italy’s Jewish population stands out in its cultural, artistic and literary achievement.
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We have become greener, but not really smarter or inclusive.
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It's time to see the harsh truth beyond ideology and ask fake strongmen to leave us alone.
More than one year ago, Italics Magazine casually interviewed 6000 Sardine's Mattia Santori.
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