Conversations against oblivion
The genocide of the Sinti and Roma is still considered a "forgotten Holocaust". At the latest since the so-called Nuremberg Laws in 1935, the National Socialists officially regarded people disparagingly stigmatized by them as "Gypsies" as well as Jews as "foreign-born". From then on, anti-Semitism and anti-gypsyism were not only legal, but legally decreed. The perfidious "race laws" disenfranchised minorities and formed the legitimizing basis for the systematic genocide of the National Socialists. Racist prejudices against Sinti and Roma are still widespread today. Why is this so? And how can antiziganism be countered in society?
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