Wir – Gespräche zum demokratischen Alltag in Berlin | Interview with Jennifer Kamau

Jennifer Kamau from IWS talks about her life as a political activist, reflects on her family history and growing up in Nairobi and discusses her involvement in the Berlin Oranienplatz movement.

“How Can We Win?” – Kimberly Jones

Kimberly Jones is an African-Amerian prolific novelist, director, human rights activist, and brilliant thespian who has become a change-agent within the literary world and in the Black Lives Matter movement.

Black Lives Matter x HÖR Fundraising for IWS

Here you can see Jennifer Kamau talk about our work before Juba's set at the Black Lives Matter x HÖR Fundraising event.

In the shadow of Corona: Police Violence against women and children in a Lager in Brandenburg

On June 1st a women, who lives in a Lager* in Brandenburg sent us an alarming video-clip, recorded on the day before. The video depicts a police-operation in the Lager: In a small corridor several police officers are pinning down a woman on the floor, other officers are securing the site, many residents (including children) can be heard screaming.

We will never stop to organize, to protest, to demand justice for those killed by racists | Aktionstag 8. Mai

Speech by Jennifer Kamau from International Women* Space at the Demo Aktionstag 8. Mai with Aktionsbündnis Antira - ABA: Today we are here to remember the 8th of May, the German liberation from the fascists. The victims in Hanau, of the NSU, the murder of Oury Jalloh, of Rita Awuor Ojunge and many other unsolved cases are here to show us that racism is a weapon of mass destruction.

Protest in Zeiten von Corona: Gegen Abschiebung, Verdrängung, und Unterdrückung

Motto: Die Zeit steht nicht still – Achtsamer Protest in Zeiten von Corona und Ausnahmezustand. Die Protestierenden sammelten sich einzeln und in Zweiergruppen, hielten 2 Meter Abstand und trugen überwiegend Mundnasenschutz. Nach 30 Minuten lösten die Versammelten ihren Protest auf. Vorher hatte die Polizei aufgefordert die Versammlung zu beenden.

#AFROZENSUS – Erfahrungen teilen, Politik verändern, Gesellschaft gestalten

More than one million people of African descent live in Germany. In the large #AFROZENSUS online survey, which will be launched in the spring of 2020, the life realities, discrimination experiences and perspectives of Black, African and Afro-diasporic people will be recorded for the first time.

It’s not a party – It’s a fight | 8th March 2020

All around the world the fight against fascism is getting louder and stronger and women* are taking the lead of this revolution. The patriarchal system and the sexist structure try with force to marginalize, criminalize and oppress us. But they can’t make it

In Gedenken an Hanau: We are angry, but not surprised!

We, the International Women* Space would like to show our solidarity with the families of the nine victims of the terrorist attack in Hanau last night! And like many other people we are angry, but not surprised!