Airing 13 February on #3Sat: “Ich bin kein Kostum!” #CulturalAppropriation #Racism & #Discrimination in #Germany

Airing 13 February 2021 at 19:20, “Ich bin kein Kostüm!” a documentary by Karsen Gravert, ZDF and Tobias Winkler / Kobalt Productions. I was interviewed along with other educators and specialists on the topics of cultural appropriation, discrimination and the real effects of racism, privilege and apathy in Germany. Will it be a hardline based […]

Now Available in cooperation with #XartSplitta – Communities Thinking InSolidarity – Considerations for sustainable community cooperation

Now available in German with some quotes in English, in cooperation with xart splitta. In these times more than ever we need empathy, and we all need to work together, those who wish a better world for all peoples. We must continue to educate and disperse vehement defenders of xenophobia and hate who work to […]

New date! 14-15 September – Seminar “Becoming and Teaching Human Beings: Critical Indigenous Perspectives”

New date 14-15 September! Social distancing & quarantine protests despite mass illness from #CoVid19? Minimization/dismissal of high death rates in some groups and ethnicities? Western values of self-interest/self above all else despite causing harm vs. Indigenous perspectives of personal responsibility and collective goodness/awareness. These are at the heart of the on-going pandemic and economic crisis, […]

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, […]

New at #DeutscheWelle “Why #Germany can’t quit its racist #NativeAmerican problem”

And despite claiming to be open-minded and non-racist, it is no surprise to us that except for one film festival solely dedicated to “immigrant” and refugee issues, not one German film festival, distributor or TV/Media source or outlet accepted or showed interest in our film, “Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way”. Yet many others […]