Roma: Europe is Ours
Roma: Europe is Ours
"We refuse your cultural apartheid and imperialism, and your fantasies about our pathologies, sexuality, music and culture" - Ethel Brooks
This newspaper is a powerful manifesto on Roma visibility, rights and recognition.
It contains Ethel Brooks' essay Europe is Ours: Reclaiming and Critical Comments alongside photographs by Lidija Mirkovic and Dragan Vildonic, Daniel Baker, Delaine Le Bas, Eva Sajovic and Dreamakers, and Nihad Nino Pušija.
Published for the exhibition Roma-Sinti-Kale-Manush.
Published by Autograph 2012
Dimensions: 41x 26.5cm
Published for the 2012 exhibition Roma-Sinti-Kale-Manush at Autograph, London.
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