The Statue of Peace in Berlin: For peace! Against sexualized violence!

The "comfort women" working group of the Korea Verband erected a Statue of Peace in Berlin-Moabit at the corner of Birkenstraße and Bremer Straße to raise awareness of the issue of sexualized violence. On Monday, September 28, 2020 at 3pm, the statue was officially inaugurated with a ceremony and speeches by, among others, district councillor Sabine Weißler (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen), Dr. Insa Eschebach, the former director of the Ravensbrück Memorial, and Dr. Kien Nghi Ha.


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Decolonization in Action Podcast with Dr. Natasha A. Kelly: Black Feminism is Intersectional Justice

In this episode, edna bonhomme speaks with academic activist, artist, filmmaker, and writer Dr. Natasha A. Kelly on the history of Black people in Germany, Black feminism, and the Afro-German movement—the first wave during German colonialism and the second wave in the 1980s with Afro-German poet May Ayim as one of its founders.


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Tear down this shit – deutschlandweite Karte von kolonialen Spuren im öffentlichen Raum

Mit dem Projekt “tear this down” (tearthisdown.com) starten heute die Initiative Schwarze Menschen in Deutschland (ISD) gemeinsam mit dem peng! Kollektiv eine deutschlandweite Karte zu Straßennamen, Denkmälern und anderen Orten mit kolonialem Bezug. Weltweit werden aktuell kolonialrassistische Straßennamen und Statuen im öffentlichen Raum hinterfragt und Gegenstand von Auseinandersetzungen.


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Statement on racist police violence – Stellungnahme zu rassistischer Polizeigewalt – Linker Block der Silent Demo Berlin

Bei den Berliner Protesten am vergangenen Samstag anlässlich des Mordes an George Floyd durch weiße Polizisten in den USA, rief uns die deutsche Polizei eindrücklich in Erinnerung, dass auch hierzulande rassistische Polizeigewalt zum Alltag gehört.


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#GeorgeFloyd and actionable support now – A message from Black Lives Matter Berlin

Black Family, many of us need to mourn, many of us are angry, many of us feel the need to do something, please reach out to us and let us know what you need. We canceled the BLM March in July because we refuse to put Black lives at risk during this pandemic.


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Umfrage von der Charité: Auswirkungen von Corona auf unsere psychische Gesundheit und mentaler Zustand?

Charité: "Wir haben ein online Fragebogen „Corona-Angst“ entwickelt. Er geht um die Auswirkungen der Corona Pandemie auf unsere Psyche."


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Struggles of women* on the move Alarm Phone – Women and LGBTQI+ Report, April 2020

When the crowd gathered for the Women’s Day demonstration on March 8, 2020 at 10am in front of Cinema Riff at Grand Socco in Tangier, Moroccan feminists, Sub-Saharan women for freedom of movement, single mothers, and a few Europeans came together. The women of our local Alarm Phone team, all from Sub-Saharan Africa, would sit together afterwards with some of their friends from Europe and start to write down their experiences for this report.


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FUNDRAISING FOR THE SOLIDARITY NETWORK OF WZ RIO

Women collectives from the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro self organized together a solidarity campaign – Teia de Solidariedade Zona Oeste - to attend invisibilized communities in the poorest area of Rio city, which already face serious consequences from the Coronavirus crisis.


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