September 1, 2022 - 6:00 pm
September 1, 2022 - 6:30 pm
Colonialism and slavery had a profound impact on the way different groups of people are perceived today. Although these times seem to be part of a distant history, their remnants are still felt today. In particular, non-“white” people are exposed to racism both in everyday life and structurally.
Facing this is part of a larger structural struggle against forms of oppression that requires the support of all. Current examples are the reparations against Germany demanded by the Namas & Ovahereros or the demand for the return of cultural goods to Africa. But how can we support all these actions without being directly affected by racism?
- Develop strategies and possibilities for action for solidarity with people who are affected by racism in everyday life.
- Exchange on how to act in concrete situations in order to be an ally of those affected by racism on a daily basis.
- Strengthening participants’ skills on the topic of racism and its manifestations
- Reflection on approaches to developing solidarity in the fight against racism.
The workshop is aimed at people who want to become active as allies of those affected against racism.
Registration at: firstname.lastname@example.org is required.
Not being affected by a form of discrimination does not exempt us from showing solidarity with those who experience it