“I remember I once had an interview with a writer who had written a book about second generation Italians and she kept asking me:
What should I call you? Second-generation Italians? Italians? Afro-Italians? Even the fact that you’re asking me what you should call me is super wrong, it means you’re already giving me a label, you’re putting a barrier between me and “real” Italians.” – Dylan Magon
The cast of ZERO, which is the FIRST Italian series that centers the Black Italian experience, talk about what it means being 2nd generation Italians, fighting back against being invisible and what ZERO represents for the Black Italian community.
ZERO is now playing on Netflix!
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Black [Italian] 101 with the cast of #ZERO 🇮🇹
A shy teen with the power to turn invisible must get it under control to help defend his neighborhood, putting aside the pursuit of his artistic dream.