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H.Res. 253: Celebrating the heritage of Romani Americans.


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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress, and was published on Mar 18, 2021.


This resolution expresses remembrance for the genocide of Roma by Nazi Germany and its Axis partners and commemorates the anniversary of the destruction of the Gypsy Family Camp where Romani people were interned at Auschwitz.

The resolution commends the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum for its role in promoting the remembrance of the Holocaust and education about the genocide of Roma.

The resolution also expresses support for International Roma Day as an opportunity to honor the culture, history, and heritage of the Romani people in the United States.