Their Problems Are Overwhelming and Age-Old. But With a Changing and United Europe, Roma Must Organize Themselves And Work Toward Their Goals on the International Level by MAURA GRIFFIN SOLOVAR ONE OF THE ROMA’S MAIN PROBLEMS is their fragmentation as a group, based on a caste system similar to that found in India, say two […]

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