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Italians in Boston Join Protests for Women’s Rights

About one hundred people gathered in Copley Square on Sunday, February 13, to take part in the Italian national campaign “Se non ora, quando?” (If not now, when?)

Hundreds of thousands in Italy took to the streets to protest against what is being viewed by many as a moral decline in Italian society, given the several sex scandals Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is allegedly involved in.

Here is an exclusive Corrieretandem.info video (in Italian with English subtitles) of the people in Copley Square, and their thoughts on what is going on in Italy.

About Nicola Orichuia

Nicola is an Italian journalist and media enthusiast living in the United States. He keeps an eye on the Italian-American communities across the country and is always looking for positive stories to highlight.