At the beginning, I decided to work on the Italian identity after reading for the umpteenth time in a newspaper article about racial discrimination in the country. I felt I needed to illustrate the present and future of this society photographing Italians, specially those who are mixed blood (half-Italian half-foreigner) to help the fight against prejudice.
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