For tourists, the street vendors in Rome can be a nuisance. For the vendors themselves, the often illegal peddling of mass-produced souvenirs is a way of survival for both themselves and their families back in Bangladesh, China or Senegal. Walking around Rome, it is easy to spot the hundreds of people trying to sell selfie sticks, scarves and other kinds of curiosities to the throngs of tourists. The goods are identical, and a very large percentage of these are sold by men from either Senegal or Bangladesh. As many native Italians themselves struggle to find employment...
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