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  1. Newbie
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    About a phrase

    Hello!! Im trying to translate this phrase and Im not sure about it: Facebook has come under attack in the past for hosting anti-Gypsy groups. The site currently contains several groups defending "white pride."

    May it possible to be: Facebook,en el pasado,ha sidocriticado por albergar a grupos anti-gipsy??? anti sedentarios??.El sitio actualmente presenta a varios grupo que defienden "white pride"??? su orgullo??
    Thanks in advance!!

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    Re: About a phrase

    I'd suggest this:

    ... ha sido criticado por haber albergado a grupos racistas contra los Gitanos...... que defienden su "orgullo blanco."

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