(ANSA) - ROME, 05 JAN - Marisa Laurito recounts her commitment on the front line for Iran.
On Christmas Eve he chose to do something: a heartfelt video appeal and a collection of signatures on Change.Org and the result in a few days is close to 90,000 signatures.
"It is my first collection of signatures, I have given my face to many causes, I am very interested in social issues, sometimes I make it public, others less so. I believe, however, that - he says - a famous person has it as his duty to make himself available for just causes".
The next step?
"I'm not alone, there is a group of people who support this project such as Luciano Stella, Tosca, Edoardo Bennato, Gianni Pinto. Meanwhile, a first initiative is in Naples on January 7 at the Trianon with pieces, songs and symbolic readings in a heartfelt flash mob supportive for the direction ofDavide Iodice, the interventions among the many by Marina Confalone,Patrizio Rispo, Pegah Moshir Pour, Valeria Parrella, also present Vincenzo De Luca, president of the Campania region and again the president of the Federation of the Press, Giuseppe Giulietti with the support of Amnesty International Italy.
The artist Laika has granted us one of her drawings on Donna VitaLibertà.
The initiative will kick off from the Trianon Viviani Theater on Saturday 7 January at 12, to then twin with other Italian cities, such as on 21 January, when the protest will move to Rome at 17 at the Pasolini Workshop in viale Antonino SanGiuliano 187. We want to do the first solidarity flash mob from the world of Italian entertainment for the Iranian people". (ANSA).