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Bologna Human Rights Festival update: preaching to the converted?

By Anthony Levin  

The B-Boys Bologna perform help close the festival, but it is dong enough to attract a diverse audience?

“We don’t talk enough yet about human rights issues,” Giulia Grassili tells me. We’re sitting in the bar area of the festival while volunteers carry tables, pull beers and serve Bolognese specialities like crescentini (fried bread with pancetta). Giulia is the festival’s artistic director – a petite woman with boundless energy. All…

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