Czech Republic: Roma Pride 2019 broadcast live online by ROMEA TV
Roma Pride 2019 was held on Sunday, 6 October in Prague at the Church of Saint Martin in the Wall. Unlike in previous years, a march through the city was not held, but there was a cultural program and discussion entitled "We Are All Romani".
The discussion was followed by a common meal and Czech-Roma worship at the Church of the Savior (U Salvátora). ROMEA TV, the first online television station in the Czech Republic with Romani content, broadcast the opening events live online.
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