Something is happening: against racist police violence, the sell-out of the city and the misery in northern Syria.
Occupied houses in Mainzer Strabe, June 1990 Image: Wikipedia
➡︎ Friday, September 11, 6 p.m., Reichenberger Strabe 58.
On Reichenberger Strabe, the "People for the mob" call for a music rally. Various bands such as Aerophilia – Luftpirat*innen and Ponys auf Pump are to perform. In addition, a political artistry piece is to be performed. "In doing so, we want to make it clear what our neighborhood stands for and show that we are committed to a solidary togetherness. We believe that we, the stores, tenants and users, should shape our neighborhood together," reads the call for the rally.
Friday, September 11, 7 p.m., Oranienstrasse 190.
At the latest since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, police violence has been on everyone’s lips. In Germany, too, it is becoming increasingly clear that the use of disproportionate force by the police is not uncommon. Activists of the campaign "Death in Custody – Clarification of Death in Custody Now!" also want to talk about lesser-known cases at an event: About the at least 159 unsolved deaths in German police custody that occurred between 19, and the case of Halim Dener, who was killed in 1994 as a 16-year-old by the bullet of an SEK officer in Hanover.
➡︎ September 12, 3 p.m., Weidenweg 17.
The Sister Cities Association Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg – Dêrik invites to the photo exhibition. "Pictures of peace – in the midst of chaos".. "The exhibition il-lustrates with the help of impressive visual material from Dêrik, how since 2012 in the midst of a war-torn region in northeastern Syria (Rojava), characterized by patriarchal values and structures, a grassroots democratic, ecologically sustainable social model has emerged, which has set itself the goal of peaceful coexistence of all ethnicities and religious communities," reads the invitation. The exhibition opening will be musically framed by the Kurdish ensemble "Vejîn"". Distance and mouth-nose protection are mandatory here.
➡︎ Sunday, September 13, 6 p.m., Mainzer Strabe.
At 30 Years of Squats in East Berlin will be commemorated by another music rally. Live on stage: The Rat Choir, Sorah & Irtani, and Training Unit Cat Vomit. "Especially now, when so many projects are again actively threatened or even attacked and evicted, we want to take to the streets together – in solidarity with the threatened – and in anger because of the evicted projects. Liebig 34 remains," says the appeal.
Monday, September 14, 10 a.m., Kopenicker Strabe 137.
The residents of the Car Space Køpi invite you to a soli-breakfast to keep away possibly approaching, uninvited visitors.