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Auschwitz Memorial Apr 8
April 8 is the International Roma Day. Please remember & learn about the fate of ca. 23,000 and who were deported to German Nazi camp. Around 21,000 were murdered there.
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The Traveller Movement Apr 8
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Auschwitz Memorial Apr 8
8 April 1943 | Franz Herbert - who had been born in a so-called Gypsy camp at Auschwitz II-Birkenau (on 5 April) - received number Z-6004. He shared a tragic fate of all 387 Roma babies born in . |
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Mayor of London Apr 8
is a day to celebrate Roma culture, and to raise awareness of the human rights problems experienced by Roma communities through history and still today. To all Roma communities in London: you are Londoners, and a valued part of our city.
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US Holocaust Museum Apr 8
In 1933, the Nazis began a rigorous campaign against the . They were targeted as racially “undesirable” and habitually criminal. Subjected to internment, forced labor, and mass murder, approx. 220,000 European Roma were murdered by German authorities.
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Council of Europe Apr 8
: Open your mind - go beyond prejudice! Go beyond stereotypes!
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George Soros Apr 8
Roma have been the most discriminated against, suppressed minority in Europe. I have made it my life's work to help them.
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Guy Verhofstadt Apr 8
Many Roma people face almost constant discrimination, as one of Europe's most targeted minorities, but as European citizens they deserve equal treatment. Roma culture & history is part of Europe's rich history.
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Natalie Forster Apr 8
Happy 💙❤️💚Let's work towards a world that sees past stereotypes & recognises the many contributions of Roma, Gypsy and Traveller people - as athletes, scholars, volunteers, soldiers, authors, activists, artists, musicians, employees, carers etc etc...
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Chrystia Freeland Apr 8
On , we celebrate the contributions of the to Canada and reflect on discrimination that Romani populations around the world continue to face. We must all stand against the hate, persecution and violence experienced by Romani.
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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith Apr 8
When she was a child my mum had Roma friends that she played with in an allotment near her working class apartment. But as it was in Hamburg and the Nazis were in power, her Roma friends disappeared and died in the holocaust.
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Lord Nick Bourne Apr 8
Today is , I hope you join me in celebrating a moment dedicated to the often untold story of Roma communities – their language, culture and history. Roma people are amongst the UK's most excluded and I will continue to use my voice in promoting change.
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Sydnee Wagner Apr 8
Happy ! A reminder that if your Roma rights activism and scholarship doesn’t center Roma women then it needs heavy work. Roma women have been the primary site of violence against Roma, whether it be reproductive rights, sexual violence, fire bombings etc
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Mónica López López Apr 8
Today, we celebrate (April 8). Every day of the year: 📚 Learn about Roma history and traditions 🙌🏽 Celebrate Roma culture 💙❤️💚 Promote a positive vision of Roma people 🙏🏽 Support the work of Roma activists ✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼 Speak up against racism and hate speech
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Richard O'Neill Apr 8
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Romano Lav Apr 4
On Saturday, we will meet at Govanhill Park at 12 for speeches from Roma youth, enjoy a beautiful carnivalesque procession through our streets, culminating in a community celebration with traditional Roma food, an array of musical performances, and a play!
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jewdⒶs // יידהודה Apr 8
Today is . From one diaspora to another - we stand with Roma ✊ Solidarity forever.
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rom@dvocacy Apr 8
You can try to ignore us, isolate us, deny our contribution to your culture and our rights as human beings, but you can never steal our identity, values and history
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barbaryfigs Apr 8
Ex-French PM and candidate for Barcelona mayor, Manuel Valls desperately plays the Roma card. Despite the hard line he took on Roma migrants before flopping out of French politics, Valls takes advantage of to express his undying support for the community. 1
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Dr Sindy Joyce Apr 8
I stand in solidarity with Roma. Mincéirí are indigenous to Ireland, we are not Roma- "There are misconceptions.. there is no connection with Roma, people use these terms interchangeably but there is no ancestry between Travellers and Roma"(Cavalleri, RCS).
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