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Tyson Fury: The One-Two Punch Of Race And Faith

Dislike him, hate him, ridicule him… whatever means of response you might have, no matter how harsh you think it might be, rest assured he does not care in the least for there is nothing Tyson Fury, his family, his extended family, his fellow Roma, his fellow Catholics have not endured for centuries. Nothing.

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December 8, 2015 · Leave a comment

Is Tyson Fury Poised To Become The Muhammad Ali Of Our Era?

Just as Ali navigated his place in history and changed the public perception of black athletes forever, so to might Tyson Fury change the public perception of Romani and Orthodox Catholicism. While Ali has lived to see the struggle for racial equality mature, for Tyson Fury and his fellow Romani, the world remains a hostile environment, filled with seemingly insurmountable hate and relentless prejudice.

November 30, 2015 · Leave a comment

Being Me Final: Danniel Bennett

Roma deserve equal rights to life, liberty, freedom of domicile, freedom of religion, and access to a quality EDUCATION. Meet Danniel Bennett, seen here winning the 2010 Gypsy Roma Traveller History … Continue reading

February 4, 2013 · Leave a comment

An Exclusive Interview with Romany Filmmaker Caleb Botton

1980: In the early morning hours on a gravel road in Southern Alberta, Canada a young boy, just 15 and already ensconced in a man’s body, sat confidently behind the … Continue reading

August 29, 2010 · 4 Comments

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