Fermata Nanterre (IT)

Fermata Nanterre is the story of a town in the Parisian suburbs and its inhabitants. The town of Nanterre was built on the rubble of the bidonvilles built after the war where workers of Algerian origin and their families lived. Tracing the history of those who lived in a shack just a few meters from the Tour Eiffel, the podcast tells generation after generation about the origins of social and urban segregation that led to the stigmatisation of the suburbs. In this commune where “everyone comes from elsewhere but everyone is from Nanterre”, as one inhabitant says, there are those who try to safeguard and enhance the memory of an era so that it is not forgotten.

Episodes

December 3, 2021
Il sesto episodio di Fermata Nanterre racconta la...
December 3, 2021
L’episodio 5 di Fermata Nanterre racconta la storia...
December 3, 2021
Il quarto episodio di Fermata Nanterre racconta la...
December 3, 2021
Il terzo episodio di Fermata Nanterre continua con...
December 3, 2021
Il secondo episodio di Fermata Nanterre racconta la...
December 3, 2021
Il primo episodio di Fermata Nanterre racconta la...

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