Tereza Bottman

Teresa Bottman (Dzeno Association): Teresa immigrated to the US from the Czech Republic in her early teens. She then dedicated herself to understanding immigrants and marginalized youth and worked for Slavic American Youth Zane, an online magazine of writing and art by Russian-speaking American youth; Community Art Share, a showcase of artists from underrepresented group; and Czechs in America, a bilingual pod cast highlighting the experiences of Czech immigrants in the US. Teresa holds a Master’s of Education degree from Portland State University. At the time of her fellowship she was teaching high school Language Arts, English-as-a-Second-Language and Drama in Portland, Oregon. After her fellowship Teresa wrote: “I fell in love with human rights journalism. The fellowship was an incredible experience. I learned a lot, became more confident about my ability to interview people and present issues in an in-depth and informed way."



Interview with Dženo Association’s chairman Ivan Veselý

25 Jun

This video, featuring the Dženo Association’s founder and chairman Ivan Veselý, provides a very good overview of some of the issues facing the Roma community in the Czech Republic and in Europe at large. The video was created by Christina Hooson, 2009 Advocacy Project Peace Fellow with Dženo.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ax6xsEdOtM

Posted By Tereza Bottman

Posted Jun 25th, 2010

1 Comment

  • John Lagnado

    February 8, 2018

     

    Is this Ivan Vesely the same person who was a good friend of mine at the Ecole Internationale in Geneva in the early 1950s?
    I have just happened to come across some of his witty letters to me from Portland Oregon written in 1951-1953! I’d really like to get in touch again.

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