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A Roma (gypsy) child  finds herself on the side of a road in northern Italy, ironically wearing a shirt that proclaims,  "Outsider."   Her family, which fled the ethnic turmoil in Bosnia, is always on the move. 
Poverty, discrimination, and  social customs combine to make Roma children vulnerable to trafficking. Kay Chernush
 
A Roma (gypsy) child finds herself on the side of a road in northern Italy, ironically wearing a shirt that proclaims, "Outsider." Her family, which fled the ethnic turmoil in Bosnia, is always on the move. Poverty, discrimination, and social customs combine to make Roma children vulnerable to trafficking.
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