L’ACQUA NON SI VENDE/WATER IS PUBLIC

A sticker bedecking the she-wolf-head fountains around town.

Once Massimo Cacciari started getting on the bandwagon, they began to call the tap water in Venice “the mayor’s water.”

Don’t sell it: vote for public water on the referendum of 12-13 June.

In Rome, where providing water to the public is a glorious tradition, a friend is told that her t-shirt reading as much (“l’acqua non si vende”) has been declared illegal.

More reasons to be researching, reanimating the aqueducts for Wednesday and beyond.

 

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