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Il caso Floyd e la “generazione sfortunata”: i Millennial bianchi si saldano alla rivolta

Non solo condivisione della protesta contro gli “agenti violenti”,  ma anche la comune consapevolezza di un futuro incerto. Più che mai dopo il coronavirus


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