Luca Casarini

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Luca Casarini

Luca Casarini (Venezia, 1967) is an Italian activist and former proponent of the Tute Bianche movement. Casarini was influential in the development of the "white overalls" movement, that practiced social and civil disobedience while dressed in white overalls and padding (known as a "padded block").

On 18 March 2008 Casarini's first novel, La parte della Fortuna, was published by Mondadori, the biggest publishing company in Italy, controlled by Fininvest, Silvio Berlusconi's family holding company.[1]

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  1. ^ 'Repubblica, L'Espresso, «Il noir noglobal in salsa Mondadori»

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