Roots and Riots Festival

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26th – 28th of August 2016, Radical Queer Wagenplatz Kanal, Berlin.

Radical Queer Wagenplatz Kanal and International Women* Space are the two self-organized BPOC/WLT*I* groups that organize this festival. These two groups are focusing on political empowerment and self-organization of WLT*I * and WLT*I*-non-Citizen, who are affected by racism, classism, state nationalism, sexism and homo-trans*-inter* discrimination.

millionaires can be trans*// you are so brave*

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Exhibition 20 May 2016 – 13 October 2018
Schwules Museum*, Berlin

Framed by a program of performances, lectures and film screenings, millionaires can be trans* // you are so brave* is a multimedia exhibition that explores possibilities beyond traditional transgender narratives…

Welcoming Women in Exile on Tour2016

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Women in Exile & Friends are finishing their Summer Bus Tour 2016 in Berlin. Since 25th of July they have been visiting refugee women all over the country to fight for their rights and against the discrimination they face as women and as refugees. Berlin’s welcoming group for Women in Exile invites you to the rally when they arrive in Berlin!

Oplatz //Sat. 13.8 // 15h

No callar ante la injusticia: #LibertadManteros

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¡Libertad a los 5 manteros en prisión preventiva y al compañero encerrado en el CIE!


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El racismo institucional va mucho más allá de las políticas migratorias

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Desde la Red Tras la Manta hemos visto cómo, durante los últimos días, ha aumentado la represión a nuestros compañeros del Sindicato Popular de Vendedores Ambulantes. El compañero Ndiaw Diakhompa fue hospitalizado e intervenido quirúrgicamente por la pierna que le rompió la Guardia Urbana de Barcelona el viernes pasado. Issa Seye, tras sufrir un montaje policial escandaloso, actualmente se encuentra en el Centro de Internamiento de Extranjeros de Barcelona, ciudad que supuestamente busca cerrar esta institución racista. Y hoy Lamine Sarr, portavoz del Sindicato Popular de Vendedores Ambulantes, fue detenido junto a seis compañeros en una operación de los Mossos d’Esquadra.

Cutie.BPoC Festival Berlin

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from 22nd to 25th of July 2016, Berlin

We want to create a space where you can all meet one another and adress issues that affect us and our communities – migration, state violence, racism, surveillance, lack of spaces/resources – and to build stronger networks across countries within europe (and outside of it, possibilities and resources permit.)

We will be offering workshops, screenings, performances, discussions, parties, food and spaces to just hang out. Events/talks/workshops will be organized around topics including but not limited to sexwork, queer and aging, the prison industrial complex, bdsm, hackathons, art and decolonial identity, non binary perspective of gender, music and migration.

Black Lives Matter・No Justice No Peace・Say Their Names

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July 22, 2016, 6pm at U2 M*Str, Berlin

The march will start atU Bahn M*straße and we will roughly walk 1.5 to 2 hours via Charlottenstraße, Rudi-Dutschke-Straße, Oranienstraße (with a stop at Oranienplatz), Kottbusser Damm until we reach Hermannplatz at around 8pm. At Herrmannplatz a speakers corner awaits and there will be music for us to get together until 11pm.


3ª Muestra de CineMigrante de Barcelona

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La 3° Edición de la Muestra Internacional de CineMigrante Barcelona, cine por la diversidad cultural, migración y derechos humanos se realizará en Barcelona del martes 12 de julio al domingo 17 de julio 2016, con entrada gratuita. A las proyecciones en sus sedes centrales se suma un itinerario de proyecciones al aire libre y cuatro encuentros o jornadas de debate junto a dos exposiciones fotográficas, intervenciones urbanas y talleres sobre defensa de derechos de las personas migrantes.

East: bodies, borders and zonification

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The European unification, as Philomena Essed argues, has been foremost a project of whiteness. In a time, when it is said that Eastern Europe no longer exists, when Western Europe is also named “former”, the process of disappearance of certain borders implies its simultaneous multiplication and conversion into zones, border regions or territories. East is today operating as one of them. How, then, the way we conceptualize Europe changes if we rethink the silenced colonial/imperial history of European migration politics through the West-East relation of repetition, together with the coloniality of gender, the control of subjectivity and knowledge, the most extreme forms of exclusion and politics of death today? What potentialities for resistance are coming out from such analysis?