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  • One of the cities where you can visit the Traveling photo exhibition “Memory of the Rroma persecution in Europe”, is Valencia.

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    During the month of November, the most recent monographic panels of the exhibition were exhibited at the Palau de Pineda in the city. It was very visited, as it coincided with the 27th, 28th and 29th of November in which the VII International Rroma Seminar took place. They assumed some strategic dates to obtain a greater influx of visitors, in this way it had more repercussion; and, in turn, the Palau de Pineda is an emblematic and tourist place of the city visited by tourists, both foreigners and Valencians.

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    The traveling photo exhibition “Memory of the Rroma persecution in Europe“, has been designed by the Maranatha Federation of Gypsy Associations and consists of more than twenty monographic panels on the history of the Roma people in Europe, their migratory movements and persecutions.

    In these panels, the people attending the exhibition will be able to know through text and images the history of the Roma people at European level, the racist attitudes they have suffered as a minority ethnic group and their struggle to maintain persecuted traditions and culture.

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    An initiative that is part of the European project Mem-Rrom: Memory of the Rroma persecution in Europe. The Maranatha Federation of Gypsy Associations has been able to carry out all this work thanks to the support and co-financing of the European Commission and the Europe for Citizens Program; also thanks to the logistical and financial support of the Generalitat Valencia and the Diputació de València.

     

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  • The dossier “History and persecution of the Rroma population in Europe” includes an exhaustive study on the history of the Roma community since its arrival in Europe until today. It includes regulations and legislation that condemn and persecute Roma people only because they belong to an ethnic minority. Printed in color, bound and with hard cover, Maranatha Federation has 100 copies as a gift that is given to authorities, prominent personalities in the social movements of the Roma community, teaching staff, entities, etc.

    An interesting research project that was later decided to be printed in roll-up panels in order to disseminate this knowledge through a dissemination tool as effective as the itinerant exhibition.

    The traveling photographic exhibition “Memory of the Rroma persecution in Europe” has been designed by the Maranatha Federation of Gypsy Associations and consists of more than twenty monographic panels on the history of the Roma people in Europe, their migratory movements and persecutions.

    In these panels, the people attending the exhibition will be able to know through text and images the history of the Roma people at European level, the racist attitudes they have suffered as a minority ethnic group and their struggle to maintain persecuted traditions and culture.

    It can be visited in Valencia, Burjassot y Puerto de Sagunto (Spain), in Munich (Germany), in Cosenza (Italy) and in France.

    An initiative that is part of the European project Mem-Rrom: Memory of the Rroma persecution in Europe.

    Here we offer you a selection of the images that can be observed in the exhibition:

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    Moldavia y Tara Rromânească. I

    Moldavia y Tara Rromânească - II

    Península Itálica

    Francia I

    Francia II

    DEFINITIVA - Francia III - Corregido

    PAISES BAJOS

    TERRITORIOS NÓRDICOS I

    TERRITORIOS NÓRDICOS II

    El Imperio Austro-Húngaro

    TERRITORIOS GERMÁNICOS I

    TERRITORIOS GERMÁNICOS II

    TERRITORIOS GERMÁNICOS - III - Corregido

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Mundo Gitano - Gypsy World

  • Itinerant photo exhibition of Samudaripen

    The itinerant photo exhibition of Samudaripen, designed by Maratha Federation of Rroma Associations, could be visited in Valencia (Spain), Krakow (Poland), Pescara (Italy) and Munich (Germany).

    The exhibiton is composed by 14 monographic panels about the main events and people of the tragedy that killed about 500.000 Rroma people in Europe during the Second World War.

    It is an initiative adressed to increase awareness about the consequences of hate and exclusion, as part of the european project MEM-ROM: Reflection and Memory of Samudaripen.

    Images can be downloaded in high resolution: open the image first and, after opening it, click on “save as”.

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    roll-up-la-noche-de-los-gitanos
     
    roll-up-lackenbach-la-esclavitud-de-los-rroma
     
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    roll-up-ravensbruck-el-infierno-de-las-mujeres
     
    roll-up-rebelion-en-auschwitz-la-resistencia-de-los-rroma
     
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    P - CULTURA I
     
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    P - HISTORIA II
     
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  • Krakow hosts a photographic exhibition of Samudaripen

    The photographic exhibition of Samudaripen (the gypsy genocide during the II World War), promoted and designed by Maranatha Federation, has started a tour around Europe after having been visited by Valencian society last November.

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    The first destination of the fifteen monographic panels that make up this exhibition has been Krakow (Poland), where the association “Stowarzyszenie Kulturalno Społeczne Romów”  (CKRR), partner of the project, has had the responsability of promoting, along with local authorities, the location of the exhibition in the city social centre, thus offering to citizens an unknowm vision of the tragedy experienced by gypsy people during the Nazi regime.

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    The opening of the exhibition was held on the 26th of January 2017, a day before the 72th anniversary of the Auschwitz concentration camp liberation, a symbolic date to remember the Holocaust and its victims.

    The opening of the photographic exhibition was preceded by a conference, in which Mr. Piotr Cwic, vice-Voivod of Malopolska region, participated, as well as Mr. Adam Bartosz, former head of the Etnographic Museum in Tárnow,  among other personalities. The local responsible for Roma affairs and several experts in this field also participated. During the meeting, which was attended by thirty people, the results, conclusions and recommendations of the International Seminar held in Valencia were disseminated.

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    The organization CKRR took advantage to promote its daily work and those activities associated with the Ethnographic Museum in Tarnów, a permanent place for reclaiming Gypsy culture and, specially, for promoting the historical memory recovery.  The activity concluded with a video about the Samudaripen victims in Poland and with testimonies of Auschwitz survivors, which moved all those present.

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    The itinerant photographic exhibition is part of the European project Mem Rom:  Reflection and memory of the Rroma Holocaust, led by Federación Maranatha de Asociaciones Gitanas and co-financed by the programme Europe for Citizens of the European Union. In this project, which objective is to recover Gypsy people’s historical memory by making visible the genocide experienced during the II World War, are participating other three organizations that work for the Gypsy people’s inclusion and equality in Europe. Fondazione Romaní  from Italy, Madhouse from Germany and the above-mentioned CKRR from Poland.

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    The president of Federación Maranatha, José Alfredo Maya Maya, who travelled to Krakow in order to be present during the conference and opening of the photographic exhibition, claimed that ‘it is an honor to lead this project that, without a doubt, will contribute to make visible the suffering of Gypsy people during the II World War and will help to eradicate any prejudice and sterotype existing against Gypsies in many parts of the world’.

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  • Munich remembers the Samuradipen

    The inauguration of the SAMUDARIPEN itinerant exhibition, designed by the Federación Maranatha de Asociaciones Gitanas, was held last March 21tst in the German city of Munich. The exhibition, which is part of the MEM-ROM project: Reflection and memory on the Samudaripen, has already visited the cities of Valencia, Krakow and Pesara. The cultural center of MunichEine-Welt-Haus has been its last stop.

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    José Alfredo Maya Maya, president of the Federación Maranatha, was in charge of inauguring the exhibition, organized thanks to the collaboration of the entity associated with the project Madhouse gGmbH . The day continued with an interesting and participated conference on the history and culture of the Sinti and the Roma that has counted on a large number of students.

    After the conference the students could have a meeting with Peter Höllenreiner, a survivor of Auschwitz, who has approched the youngs to the harsh and chilling reality lived by the gypsy people during the Nazi genocide.

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    The work day was attended by politicians and local authorities, who have agreed with the director of Madhouse gGmbHAlexander Diepold, Professor Wilhelm Solms and the president of the Federal Sinti Association and Roma of Bavaria, Erich Schneeberger, to establish a commemorative day for the Sinti and Roma in Munich.

    As a closing of the day, the audience enjoyed of the live music of the Sinti and Roma composer Adrian Gaspar, who with a group of musicians, has accompanied the exhibition of images of the different periods of Sinti and Roma history.

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  • Pescara learns about Samudaripen

    On the 23th february, Pescara city (Italy) hosted the itinerant photo exhibiton SAMUDARIPEN, that has been designed by Maranatha Federation in the frame of the project MEM-ROM: Reflection and memory about Samudaripen.

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    After it has been visited in Valencia (Spain) and Krakow (Poland),now it is possible to visit the exhibition in the conference room Gioconda, at Liceo Scientifico Leonardo Da Vinci in Pescara (Italy), thanks to the cooperation of Fondazione Romaní Italia (F.R.I.), one of the project partners.

    The opening of the photo exhibition, carried out by José Alfredo Maya Maya, president of Maranatha Federation, was followed by a conference in which they have exposed the main conclusions of the International Rroma Seminar celebrated in Valencia on the 28th, 29th and 30th of november 2016.

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    Around one hundred people have attended the conference, organized by F.R.I., with the objective of recovering the memory of more than 500.000 Rroma people killed as a consequence of the ethnic hate and exclusion during the Second World War.

    During the conferece, the Professor Giuliano Bocchia, head of Liceo Scientifico, and the Professor Giovani Agresti, from the Università degli Studi di Terano, have spoken, as well as Nazzareno Guarnieri and Vanessa Cirillo, both from Fondazione Romaní Italia, José Alfredo Maya Maya and José Luis Gil Hidalgo, from Maranatha.

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    After the speeches, they have watched the video of the Auschwitz visit and the homage to the victims, carried out on the 27th of january 2017, on the occasion of the celebration of the Anniversary of Auschwitz Liberation. The meeting has finished with a debate about the current situation of the Rroma population in Europe and the terrible consequences that social inclusion implicates. A lot of attendants participated actively in the debate and their contributions have been really appreciated.

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