Andrea De Lotto

Nato nel 1965, milanese, maestro elementare, psicomotricista, da tanti anni attivista: durante la Pantera, nel coordinamento genitori nidi e materne di Milano “Chiedo Asilo”, contro le guerre; è stato maestro popolare in El Salvador nel 1992, alla fine della lunga guerra civile. Ha vissuto con la sua famiglia 2 anni a San Paolo (Brasile) e 10 a Barcellona dove ha partecipato a numerose lotte. Nel 2010 ha contribuito a organizzare “Lo sbarco”, la nave dei diritti da Barcellona a Genova. Dal 2013 segue ovunque la lotta di liberazione di Leonard Peltier, nativo dell'American Indian Movement, ingiustamente in carcere negli USA dal 1976. Attualmente vive e lavora a Milano insegnando, in una scuola statale, italiano agli immigrati. Email bigoni.gastone@gmail.com

Collective murals from Chile to Italy. Interview with Eduardo “Mono” Carrasco

We had the opportunity to interview Eduardo “Mono” Carrasco, a famous Chilean muralist exiled in Italy since the military coup. He still lives in a small village in the province of Alessandria and, although held back by Covid, he is…

Hassana Aalia, the long struggle of the Saharawi people

On 8 November eleven years ago, the experience of 28 days of peaceful encampment in Gdeim Izik ended with the violence of the Moroccan army. We interviewed one of the young protagonists of that experience. I met Hassana Aalia a…

Moni Ovadia’s cry: Freedom for Leonard Peltier!

Following up on the recent campaign launched by the Centre for Peace in Viterbo, we asked the actor Moni Ovadia to make a statement in support of Leonard Peltier. We hope it will be the first in a series that…

Leonard Peltier: how to join a new initiative for his release

For several weeks now, the “Research Centre for Peace, Human Rights and the Defence of the Biosphere” in Viterbo has been gathering support for another form of pressure for the release of Leonard Peltier, who has been unjustly imprisoned for…

June 26-27, 2010, the Landing, the Ship of Rights, From Barcelona to Genoa.

A tribute – 10 years later. The idea of ​​”The landing” was born a year earlier: a ship of Italian expats declared their love for the country they had left and wanted to take part in one of those resistance…

Leonard Peltier 75 Years Old, 44 Years in Prison. Indian Lives Matter?

June 26, 1975, 45 years ago. United States, Native American reservation in South Dakora, Oglala. It is a period of enormous tension in that area; there have been frequent attacks to communities by armed gangs, the GOONS, formed by a…

Return to Normality? 8 – Pia Figueroa from Pressenza

After the replies of Riccardo Noury, Laura Quagliolo, Giovanna Procacci, Giovanna Pagani, Guido Viale, Andreas Formiconi and Jorida Dervishi, it’s time to talk to Pia Figueroa, one of Pressenza’s editor. Now that we’re almost out of the Covid 19 emergency, many people say…

Freedom for Leonard Peltier after 43 years of unjust imprisonment

February the 6th, 2019 marks 43 years of unjust imprisonment for Leonard Peltier. We want to remember his story once again. Maybe some people already know it, but for those who still do not know it, we want you to…