A photograph of the concentration camp for Romani people at Lety u Písku (1942-1943).
Czech local archive publishes digitalized records online of the former concentration camp for Romani people at Lety10.7.2021 8:25 full story
Thirty years ago, Czechoslovak President Havel spoke on the right of Romani people to their national self-awareness30.7.2020 10:36 full story
The Central Council of German Sinti and Roma is deeply saddened by the death of Holocaust survivor and Roma civil rights activist Raymond Gurême26.5.2020 9:20 The French Holocaust survivor Raymond Gurême died on Sunday, 24 May 2020, at the age of 94. The Central Council of German Sinti and Roma mourns this outstanding personality of the Sinti and Roma civil rights movement in Europe. full story
Lety after the Romani genocide, Part Three: The 1990s pave the way to a price tag of half a billion crowns21.12.2018 10:50 full story
10.10.2016 8:23 Josef Serinek (1900-1974, sometimes also spelled Serynek), a Czech Roma who went by the code name of Černý ("Black"), was a soldier during the First World War, a prisoner of the Lety concentration camp during the Second World War, and later a Partisan commander. After the end of the Second World War he ran a pub called "U černého partyzána" ("At the Black Partisan's Place") in the Czech town of Svitavy.