Romani media must be led by Roma if they are to develop, argues one Romani activist by Orhan Galjus FOR the 700 years that the Roma have lived in Europe, when one group of Roma wanted to communicate with another, it would do so through an elaborate system of signs. A particular construction of twigs […]

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