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Roma: how we see ourselves

A photographic exhibition in east London aims to increase understanding of Roma culture, says Jacob Garber

ROMA originated in India about 1000 years ago, and are the largest ethnic minority in Europe. The European Commission estimates that between ten and 12 million Roma live in the EU today.

A group of teenage Roma women from east London, led by the photo­grapher Manuela Zanotti and the Children’s Society, were trained in photo­graphy in order to document the experience and environment of Roma living in London.

Roma living in the UK consider themselves the ...

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