Italy's Campaign To Have More Babies Isn't Going Well
The cover to a pamphlet promoting the country's first national fertility day has been called racist.By Ryan Biek | September 22, 2016
Italy just can't win when it comes to convincing people to have babies.
The country's pretty worried about having the lowest birthrate in the European Union, so it set Sept. 22 as its first national fertility day.
But some are calling a promotional booklet released the day before racist. The cover shows two white couples being praised for healthy choices, while the bottom half features two black people drinking and doing drugs.