One of the key frustrations of community members has been the lack of group unity. Someone is about to be evicted. And there is talk of going to court hearing together, to show support, and of protesting in front of the courthouse. But then, no follow-through. “We need to back each other up,” Aladair Horvath, a long-time Roma rights activist and Roma politician, tells the crowd. “We need to protest together.” The problem, he tells me later, has to do with Roma self-loathing and self-blame. They internalize all the negative stereotypes against them, he and others say. And that makes them apathetic. Image by Jeneen Interlandi. Hungary, 2014.