Hungarian Roma are translating Amanda Gorman; her poetry speaks to their experience

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Rozi Galambica in her home in Ozd, Hungary. Galambica attends university in the Netherlands.

White European translators have hesitated to work on Gorman’s poetry because of criticism their race makes them inappropriate for the job. In Hungary, a marginalized community steps up.

(Image credit: Akos Stiller)

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