romové\dědictví romů

Gypsies/Roma have a history of persecution going back to 15th century. For their belonging into an ethnic group, they faced sanctions ranging from eviction to whipping to death sentence. Between 220,000 and 500,000 Roma were killed during the Holocaust. Czech officers run two Roma concentration camps. Under communism, many were forcefully resettled into regions heavy in manual labour that faded in the 1990s. Today, the Roma have elites. But many others are poor, badly educated and unemployed. Some have resigned on efforts to escape from marasmus, others not. All continue to be shunned: According to an experiment by CERGE-EI, the Roma are twice as unlikely to be invited for a job interview by employers or invited for an apartment viewing by landlords.

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