We are an organization dedicated to raising awareness about the history, culture and true lives of Romani people worldwide.
We confront racism and oppression wherever we encounter it.
We try to make connections with all the "isms" that make up western culture.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
MY LAI MASSACRE
On 16 March 1968, U.S. troops, under the command of William Caley killed hundreds of Vietnamese, peaceful villagers, mostly women and children in what has become known as the My Lai Massacre.
Caley recently apologiized for the carnage. Most survivors and descendants of survivors refuse to accept his apology.