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BADER STARTING TO SING / HORVATH BEGINNING HER STORY DRAMATURGIST AND PSYCHO-DRAMATIST LOOKING (SOUNDBITE) (Hungarian) ROMA WOMAN, ZSANETT HORVATH, SAYING: "I was only allowed to go in after dark, after it was closed so the clients should not see that I was a gypsy - well this killed that job off for me completely, I did not work there anymore." OTHER ROMA WOMEN LOOKING HORVATH STOPPING, STRUGGLING WITH HER TEARS / DIRECTOR HUGGING HER SAYING THEY NEEDED A BREAK, AND SAYING EVERYONE WAS IN TEARS ROMA WOMEN IN TEARS / HORVATH SAYING SHE WOULD CARRY ON / HORVATH CONTINUING HER STORY DRAMATURGIST LOOKING (SOUNDBITE) (Hungarian) ROMA WOMAN, ZSANETT HORVATH SAYING: "She told me: 'what did you think? that a Gypsy can become a manicurist??' I was just looking at her, - that even today someone can state this so boldly, but of course I was older by then and I did not immediately lose my temper." HUNGARIAN ACTRESS IN TEARS / EVERYONE STANDING UP/ DIRECTOR INSTRUCTING
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Roma Women In Hungary Speak Up Against Discrimination In Theatre Play

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