2 March in #Berlin a #Fokusgruppengespräche on Cross-Cultural Solidarity – I’ll be on panel

Organized by and at Xart Splitta, Red Haircrow will participate in a Fokusgruppengespräche with others. The theme? Cross cultural solidarity – “The idea is an open conversation/discussion’s main goal will be to work out the current “needs, wishes, demands” in regard to cross-community solidarity.” Moderated by Xart Splitta, other panelists will also include Mai Zeidani-Yufanyi, […]

#Radio #Podcast- 8 Dec on Reboot.fm: Que Kenny, Rachel O’Reilly & Red Haircrow on #Colonialism #Fracking

Description from Reboot.fm website. “INFRACTIONS is an artistic feature documentary in dialogue with frontline Indigenous cultural workers’ struggles against threats to more than 50% of Australia’s Northern Territory from shale gas fracking. It was commissioned by the KW Production Series. Don’t Frack the NT features a discussion in Berlin with one of the film’s protagonists Que […]

21 Nov. #Documentary #Screening & Discussion in #Berlin with Xart Splitta & Guest – Karin Louise Hermes

Where – Hasanheide 73, 10967 Berlin Time – 7pm-10pm Language– German & English (film & discussion) Cost – Donations accepted for facilities Facebook Event page   November is Native American Heritage Month, a national holiday in the USA. But there and here in Germany, the dehumanization and objectification of Indigenous peoples, and the minimization or erasure of […]

“Victims vs. Perpetrators”- The Dehumanization Connection #Halle #Shooting #Antisemitism #Racism #Germany

After the terrorist murders in Halle in Germany on Oct. 9th, where a lone white German gunner targeted a synagogue of members celebrating Yom Kippur, it’s no surprise the admitted connection and inspiration by the murdering of innocents in Christchurch. Another young white male, entitled and privileged, angry, who feels “others” are threatening and taking […]

#FEAR is 2020’s “Fire” – You’ve been Duped! aka Western society’s manipulation of Fear as Justification for Intolerance

A recent social media post by Johnnie Jae, one of the outstanding Native protagonists in our documentary, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way”really hit the “nail on the head” of what major, life threatening issues we see in western society that are centered on rising racism, xenophobia and intolerance of all kinds. Johnnie works […]