Tears of Blood: The Roma Holocaust in Poetry

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Venue: Byre Theatre (Studio) Abbey Street, St Andrews, Scotland, KY16 9LA, UK Date: Monday, 1st April 2019 The Roma poet, Papusza’s, Romani-language narrative poem Tears of Blood is the earliest known witness account of the Kali Trash (‘Black Fear’), Samudaripen (‘Mass Killing’), Porajmos (‘Devouring’), Pharrajimos (‘Destruction’), or the Roma Holocaust, perpetrated by Nazi Germany during World War II. Now at …

Leaves in a Holocaust Wind

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Synopsis The Holocaust, the final solution for Jews, is infamous in history. Robert Dawson’s Leaves in a Holocaust Wind is the story of another community that suffered in the Holocaust: the Gypsies. Told by Demeter Fox and Zuzzi, Leaves in a Holocaust Wind follows their journey to freedom in the German occupied territory of Slovakia. From the horrors of slaughter …

Brussels, 27 January 2016 – International Holocaust Remembrance Day

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It’s urgent to take a strong stance against anti-Gypsyism On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, ERIO remembers the victims and survivors of the Nazi regime. We call for the safeguard of Europe’s diversity and for European and national leaders to take a strong stance against anti-Gypsyism. Read our full statement here. ‪ Watch the DVD “The untold story: Roma and Sinti Holocaust” done for …