To what extent does the presence of our modern, globalized world and social media that infiltrates all areas of our lives provide an opportunity for the young Roma generation to express their personal narratives related to their culture and identity as Hungarian Roma?

In our third community photo shooting, we sought answers to these questions with young Roma people in  higher education, including musicians, dancers, economists, tourism professionals, romologists and educators. What they have in common, however, is that they are first-generation intellectuals who continuously reflect on their dual Hungarian-Roma identity, search for ways to express it and communicate about these topics in the online space.