On that day, a handful of regulars joined by locals decided to say Enough!. After four days of confrontation with the police, around 2, people organized a march in the streets of New York City : the Gay Pride was born.
On this day, we, leaders of the Roma and antiracist European civil society, will take our responsibilities and shout with strength and determination : Dosta! With pride and hope in a Europe cleared off racism, antisemitism and all racial discriminations, we will march for the first Roma Pride.
We have had enough of racist stereotypes, enough of permanent racial discriminations, enough of forced marginalization, enough of daily life violences, enough of the fat burner womens hean status, enough of racist murders which have been affecting Roma people and communities at the heart of our continent for too long now, Enough!
Together with numerous civil society organizations, committed citizens, famous or anonymous, powerful or weak, we will march at the heart of the main European cities to raise awareness about and to denounce the racism and the racial fat burner womens hean Roma people are today victim of all over Europe.
Thanks to cultural events, we will go and meet these who want to know better the diversity of Roma cultures, identities, stories and memories, far from old-fashioned stereotypes and clichs. Through our joint action, we will give life to the European dream and his founding value of equality.
Our claim will be simple and clear : the equality of rights and the equal enjoyment of rights for all individuals living in Europe. In one word : dignity.
Thus, we will lead a European coalition of solidarity and ideal, from Norway to Turkey, from France to Latvia and through Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and many other European countries in order to proudly and loudly proclaim : Roma Pride! European Grassroots Antiracist Movement - EGAM Roma Prides in Europe : overview of the actions This part of the report presents the composition of the national coalitions, as well as the actions undertaken by them in each country where the Roma Pride took place.
You will find the media coverage generated by the mobilizations in Appendix 6, page