LIVE BROADCAST AT 14:15 TODAY - Roma Pride 2018
This year's Roma Pride march will begin at 14:15 on Hradčanské náměstí, where Romani people and their friends will protest the antigypsyist remarks of Czech President Zeman. Those assembled will then march through the center of town to the Old Town Square.
The follow-up program to the march will take place at Žižkostel (nám. Barikád 1520/1, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov) and will close with a performance by the band Terne čhave. The first Romani Internet television channel in the Czech Republic, ROMEA TV, will broadcast the march live.
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