All Articles about Racism
How Can I Help?
Gilberto created a digital series that explores how to foster unity in diversity, and how to find our role in bringing about social justice.
Akarani Bono Awowa // Amsterdam Dance Event.
Together with her aunt, Caitlin Schaap sought to combat social injustice by sharing Ka'lina stories with Ka'lina esthetic values.
The Feeling of Gurbet
Loïc & Marilou created a podcast in which European Turks explain the nostalgia to their homecountry, known as gurbet.
#BLACKLIVESMATTER IN EUROPE - A Transnational Movement Influencing Policy Agendas?
Senior Fellow Folashade Ajayi organized an event on the topic "#BLACKLIVESMATTER IN EUROPE - A Transnational Movement Influencing Policy Agendas?" This online-event took place on December 2nd, 2020.
A complicated relationship: Masculinity and Feminism, a workshop for cis males
Senior Fellow Hanna Schwarz created a workshop for cis male activists that offers critical insight into masculinities in our society.
Heidelberg Black Feminist Book Club
Senior Fellow Akilah Silke Güc created a new gathering place for her community to learn, explore, and heal together while meeting up to read books on blankets next to the river.
Candle Light Döner for Victims of racist violence in Germany
Senior Fellow Walid Ahmed Khan Malik organized two online empowerment dinners and dialogues featuring inputs from experts on racial violence.
The Paths of the Future
'The Paths of the Future,' was a five-day event that included lectures, discussions, workshops, and a film viewing, covering various topic regarding the position of Roma people, their language, and culture, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Talking About Inequality
Senior Fellows Tess Luttikhuis and Annelie Boeren developed a short intersectional educational program with first-year secondary school students through an interactive game on the theme of inequality in Dutch society.
Senior Fellow Larissa Weiss developed a blog which touches upon the issues of racism, critical thinking, and acting in Germany. The blog mainly introduces privileged Germans to the struggles of black, indigenous, and people of color.