“14-year-old sent to interview migrants in the street”, denounces a mother.
“A teacher gives a homework assignment: stop migrants in the street and ask about their personal story, and the case explodes immediately on social networks. The school in question is an institution in Borgo San Sergio and Deborah Carli, mother of one of the pupils, wrote a post on the Facebook group “Trieste #sepolfar”, asking the moderator and local councillor “Does this seem normal to you? We are talking about 13-14 year-old kids! One of them told the teacher that the immigrant insulted him and he had to run away.”
Deborah Carli, the author of the post and president of the association Tiaiutiamonoi Trieste Onlus, insists that the teacher in question “is exerting political pressure, definitely of the Left, instead of giving them the instruments to form their own opinions. He said my daughter was a racist just because she allowed herself to say that not all migrants are poor people fleeing wars, sociable, nice people, and so on, he assigned the homework without we the parents having been officially informed or having authorised any such thing.”