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Can a memorial end discrimination? | Germany | DW.DE | 23.10.2012

“Sinti and Roma have fought for a Holocaust memorial in Germany for decades, not only because they were victims of genocide, but also because they still face discrimination today. Their wish has finally been granted.

“When they unveil the memorial now, the tragic thing is that many of the survivors will not be able to see it,” said Silvio Peritore, member of the Central Council of Roma and Sinti in Germany.”

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via Can a memorial end discrimination? | Germany | DW.DE | 23.10.2012.

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