Romani media often have difficulty getting funding, and many people, including some Roma, do not even know they exist. However, since 1989, diverse journals, newspapers, and radio and television programs have begun to represent and shape Romani cultural and political identities by ALAINA LEMON ALTHOUGH ROMA (GYPSIES) ARE THE largest minority in Eastern Europe, numbering […]

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