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The Genocide of the Roma in Southeastern Europe (1941-1945)
USC Shoah Foundation Event
Dr. Milovan Pisarri, research fellow at Belgrade University, lectures on the mechanisms that led to the Roma Genocide in southeastern Europe, the history of anti-Roma racism, and the reasons behind the general lack of interest in the topic.…
  • May 23, 2024
  • Online Event
Samudaripen: Reflecting on the Holocaust of Roma and Sinti : From Remembrance to Contemporary Anti-Roma Prejudice
USC Shoah Foundation Event
Dr. Justyna Matkowska, postdoctoral researcher at the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poland and adjunct faculty at SUNY, will uncover the stories and struggles of the Roma and Sinti people during World War II, bringing new perspectives to this lesser-known aspect of Holocaust history and informing modern approaches to remembrance…
  • May 31, 2024
  • Online Event
Antisemitism in the Aftermath of the Holocaust
USC Shoah Foundation Event
At the close of World War II, the Allies labeled survivors of the Holocaust as either displaced persons (DPs), refugees, or stateless persons. These categories included Jews, prisoners of war, Roma and Sinti, forced laborers, and perpetrators who used the chaos to hide their identity. But as the scale of the humanitarian disaster became more...
  • June 4, 2024
  • Online Event
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