In the ongoing debate over what it means to be a Rom, one person’s definition of Romani history, image, and identity is another’s distortion by Ian Hancock NINE or ten of us were sitting in a semicircle on folding chairs, beer bottles in hand, glad that it wasn’t any one of us who had the […]

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