Roma Slavery: from Recognition to Reconciliation
Reconciliation between Roma and non-Roma can only be achieved once both parties have admitted to and acknowledged a painful past.
Romanian Historians Owe Us a Different Telling of the Past
It takes political will, books on slave-owning societies and exhibitions to heal the wounds still traumatizing the present.
What Stones and Walls Tell Us
A researcher identifies “places of memory”, where slavery left traces not only on the Roma community, but on society in general.