By Gustavo A. Rol, Catterina Ferrari
Questo libro è il primo e l'unico basato interamente sugli scritti di Gustavo Adolfo Rol: "l'uomo più sconcertante che io abbia mai conosciuto", come lo definiva Federico Fellini. Il quantity raccoglie infatti gran parte dei suoi diari, delle sue lettere, pensieri e poesie, illustrati da fotografie di famiglia e riproduzioni delle sue pagine manoscritte; un corpus di testi fino advert oggi inediti, che sono stati trascritti e curati da Catterina Ferrari. "Egli amava definirsi 'la grondaia' che convoglia l'acqua che cade sul tetto, cioè una forza di cui riteneva di essere soltanto il canale. l. a. gamma multiforme di "possibilità" di cui period dotato, gli ha permesso di spaziare in ogni campo, di poter fare esperimenti di ogni genere, compresi viaggi nel passato e nel futuro, sempre consistent with il bene del prossimo e consistent with uno scopo altamente morale".
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One time, I was sitting in my room wearing a T-shirt, and my grandma came in and she thought the reason my skin is the way it is is because I don’t take enough showers. Or I’m dirty. She thought if I cleanse myself harder, I’ll have lighter skin,” says Leuna Rahman, 17, of Queens, New York, who identifies as South Asian (her parents are from Bangladesh). “That’s not how it is. I was born this way. ” She’s sitting in the basement of a brick church that moonlights as the headquarters for South Asian Youth Action, a youth organization for 2,000 elementary, middle and high school students in New York City, focusing on academics, college prep and leadership skills.
They do something about it,” he says. Asked about the acute awareness teens today have about racism, Brewer sees cause for hope. “Race was and always will be a constant black teens have to address, and to overcome that, you need to be equipped. The primary thing you need is education. We’ve got a black president now. Back then, we didn’t have black mayors! But we had hope and belief, and we knew that all we needed was opportunity. Now you have more opportunity, but the preparation for it is gone.
No going to the library after school. No going to a friend’s house, not even to do homework together. Varsha does not stop goading Papa to let her take the police service exams. There are practical upsides, she tells him. Women are in high demand in the police force since the December 2012 gang rape. The Delhi government promises to hire thousands of female cops, so each police station in the city can be staffed by at least a dozen women. ” It is hard to imagine another profession in which a grown-up Varsha would feel safer.