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Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Les Roms du XVIII

Paris – Roma - Jean-Manuel Simoes

They spent eight months in the city of Paris, and one day the City Council decided to dislodge them. Undecent living conditions, the risk of fire,

nuisance, safety …
Wednesday, February 3, 2016, around 7 am they were taken elsewhere. I went the day before to take some pictures in this slum.
Well received as always, I asked myself a few questions when leaving : what future for these kids without school education, why make such expulsion while the same will move to a few hundred meters away on the next evening, how to justify the mobilization of dozens of police forces for evacuation during a period of “high alert”, what life have these people?
Then reflecting upon differently, we can also say that these kids have a happy childhood, a future not darker

than many unemployed graduates, if the consumer society has left them on the side of the road, they have no concern with their banker …
And above all this sense of freedom one day in Paris, the next day in Rome…

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