Katharine Quarmby

Romani Pilgrims

Throughout Europe, Gypsies and Travellers are finding God in record numbers as a pentecostal revival gathers momentum. The Life and Light church is changing lives and at the same time bringing previously stigmatised minorities into a closer dialogue with local communities. New political and moral voices are emerging from these converts, and acting as strong advocates for the rights and traditional values of the Romani people.

Katharine Quarmby's long term interest in discrimination and hate crimes have led her to spend a lot of time with Traveller communities, and her experiences leave her uniquely qualified to write this insightful account of they way in which the Romani community is changing.
52 printed pages
Original publication



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