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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