Ost-Pakete in Afrika: Interview mit Beatrice Möller und Susanne Radelhof über OMULAULE HEISST SCHWARZ

     |    Friday, der 24. October 2014

Der Dokumentarfilm OMULAULE HEISST SCHWARZ, jetzt als Online-Premiere bei realeyz, erzählt die einmalige Geschichter von Flüchtlingskindern aus Namibia, die während der Befreiungs- und Bürgerkriege im südlichen Afrika Ende der 70er Jahre von der DDR aufgenommen und eine „deutschdemokratische“ Sozialisation erlebt haben. Co-Regisseurinnen Beatrice Möller (deren SHALOM SALAM auch bei realeyz zu sehen ist) und Susanne Radelhof 

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WEIL ICH SCHÖNER BIN – No One Is Illegal

     |    Tuesday, der 20. May 2014

In Hamburg and Berlin, politically active refugees have been creating awareness through demonstrations, the Oranienplatz camp and even hunger strikes about their plight and German and EU immigration policies. In Germany, for example, asylum seekers are not allowed to work for the first nine months and only after four years do they receive full employment 

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Berlin Elections 2011 Part 2 – Every Vote 2011

     |    Sunday, der 28. August 2011

„No taxation without representation.” This key demand of the seceding colonists during the American Revolution in 1775/76 is not cited in support of the Tea Party (the 21st century ultra-conservarvative-libertarian US political movement, not necessarily the 1773 direct action against the tea tax autocratically levied by the Kingdom of Great Britain on the American colonies), 

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Tree of Equality Planted in Belzig

     |    Monday, der 8. November 2010

Planting of the „tree of equality“  The first tree of equality to be planted by African migrants in the German state of Brandenburg witnessed the appointment of three African traditional chiefs for the migrants. It was Friday the 29th of October 2010 in the city of Bad Belzig that the migrants gathered and planted the 

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