LIVE AT NOON TODAY: Commemoration at the former concentration camp for Roma in Lety, Czech Republic
ROMEA TV will broadcast live on Sunday, 12 May at 12:00 CET from the traditional Commemorative Ceremony at Lety u Písku convened by the Committee for the Redress of the Roma Holocaust in the Czech Republic (VPORH), chaired by Mr Čeněk Růžička. Representatives of that organization will be giving its Award for Humanity in memoriam to the late Dr Alfred Bader for his philanthropic work through an organization whose sponsorship has contributed significantly toward improving the positions of Romani people and other communities in the Czech Republic.
On behalf of Bader Philanthropies, Mr Yechiel Bar-Chaim will be receiving the award today. The Lety u Písku event commemorates the fate of the Romani victims of the Holocaust and Nazism.
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