Their Skin Was Their Only Sin: Anti-Roma Murders in Hungary and Austria

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Published May 24, 2024
Blanka Szilasi Lavinia Laluna Lucie Seidel

Abstract

On March 16, 2023, a documentary screening and discussion was organized by the Romani Studies Program of Central European University. Máté Fuchs's movie, Unprocessed introduces how Hungarian society dealt with the anti-Roma racist murders committed by neo-Nazis between 2008-2009. The screening was followed by a discussion with Máté Fuchs, Aladár Horváth, Manuela Horvath, and Angéla Kócze, during which the experts shared their insights about trauma and how to deal with it as a society, community, and individually in the Austrian and Hungarian context.

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Szilasi, B., & Seidel, L. L. L. (2024). Their Skin Was Their Only Sin: Anti-Roma Murders in Hungary and Austria. Critical Romani Studies, 5(2), 54–58. https://doi.org/10.29098/crs.v5i2.172
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Art, Austria, Healing, Hungary, Institutional racism, Trauma

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Arts and culture