Rome – A teacher at the Enzo Rossi art school in Rome is accused by his students of antisemitism.
According to the story of the Osa Collective to the Roman edition of Repubblica, the teacher is said to have said “you big noses should be cremated” to students of the Jewish religion.
Not only that: to some students who bent down to pick up pens or paper on the ground, the same teacher would have said “so provoke me”. The testimonies should allow the start of an in-depth investigation by the school.
The head teacher Danilo Viccawill have the task of reconstructing what happened and finding out if those words were really spoken. Some of the witnesses claim that they have already reported the verbal harassment to the school management and the Regional School Office. But “to no avail”.