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THE DOG'S TOWEL- And other Stories- From Beatrice

He was no buffoon,nor a twit, or a bumbler always putting his gumbooted foot deep in it. Godfrey believed in stardust trails, and cow-paths being equally significant. 776 more words

"Gypsy" Fear

Jenny Osterhout remembers the stories she heard as a child in the early 1900s about the people we know call Roma. They reflects the negative stereotypes of the time.

Hudson Valley

Romani should be free to do as they like, but please God not near me

That is what most Europeans think, writes Dalrymple.

Everyone is at least subliminally aware of the Nazi attempt to exterminate the gypsies which has made the exertion of authority over them, let alone high-handedness with them, politically and psychologically near impossible.

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Travelling community share site frustrations

TRAVELLERS say Flintshire councillors have broken a promise to provide a site for them eight years ago.

Josh Fidler, living in one of 16 trailers parked at Maes Gwern on Broncoed Industrial Estate in Mold, said his dream was for children in his family to go to school but with no permanent site for them in the area, it was impossible. 59 more words


Exhibition Review 2: Lucien Clergue

Amanda Cowherd

Les Hommes Et Les Femmes De Lucien Clergue

#13 Atelier de Chaudronnerie

I wish I could’ve witnessed Lucien Clergue walking around talking pictures in his hometown of Arles while we were there. 374 more words

Arles Exhibition Reviews

Shopping time!

I know I had said that I was going to get in to transportation on this next blog post, but I figured that would be more fitting for a later assignment for my blog posts. 702 more words