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The Roma Struggle from Protests to Political Liberation

Sebijan Fejzula ROAR
The Roma community in Europe is still systematically oppressed, 80 years after the Romani Holocaust by Nazi Germany — many are seen and treated as foreigners within their own countries, shows how little attention has been paid to the Roma struggle.

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African Europeans: An Untold History

Eric Martone New York Review of Books
Reviewer Martone calls this book "a well-researched, ambitious, accessible, and concise but comprehensive introduction to this neglected story in European history.”

Heine’s Heartmobile

Michael Hofmann New York Review of Books
The liveliness and invention of Heinrich Heine’s writing changed 19th century German literature for the better. Poet, writer, literary critic, satirist and ironist, but banned in his homeland and expatriated to Paris, he was well appreciated by Marx

Global Left Midweek - March 17, 2021

Portside
The Left faces Islamophobia in Europe, as Myanmar masses start to see how they were used. More news and analysis from everywhere

Surprise on the Left - Report on the Die Linke German Congress

Victor Grossman Portside
The LINKE party in Germany is one of the most important left-wing parties in Europe (perhaps the most important). Its congress a few days ago avoided a threatening split, elected two women as new co-chairs, and stressed militant unity on most issues
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