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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Meet Artist and Activist Diana Arce

Diana was our guest on the second episode of IWS RADIO: Black Lives Matter! - In The Mediterranean Sea Too. Read here more about her and her work.


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IWS RADIO #02: Black Lives Matter! – In The Mediterranean Sea Too

For this, the second, episode of IWS RADIO, Lavenda, Jennifer and Denise from IWS are joined by Diana Arce from Black Lives Matter Berlin and Hela Kanakane from Alarm Phone.


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“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.


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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.


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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.


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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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IWS speech | March to commemorate the African victims of enslavement, colonialism and racism

For the 14th year, the Committee for an African Monument in Berlin organised a march to commemorate the African victims of enslavement, trafficking enslaved people, colonialism, neo-colonialism and racist violence. It is growing every year and we were happy to join the call to take to the streets.


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#BlackLivesMatter

Unity and strength is our motto. We are the future! Respect existence or expect resistance! Yes! It's about time!


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