Commemoration Day in the Museum of Romani Culture
On 7 March 2pm we will remind victims of the Roma genocide in World War II on the traditional commemoration day in the Museum of Romani Culture.
In 2019, it is already 76 years since the start of transport of European Romani people to the extermination camp Auschwitz II-Birkenau. The first large transport of the Roma from the former Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia was dispatched from Brno. Cattle wagons with more than a thousand Romani men, women and children arrived in Auschwitz on March 7, 1943.
2pm read testimonies of the victims and personality manifestations & musical accompaniment
3.30pm introducing the Bulletin of Museum of Romani culture & lectures by Renata Berky and Michal Schuster
5pm film projection of A Hole in the Head (2016)
Free admission to all expositions.
7 March 2019 from 2pm in the Museum of Romany Culture
Bratislavá 67, Brno
Author of the artwork: Alfred Ullrich