mangoes & bullets is for anyone who wants to engage with racism and other relations of domination, seeking inspiration for resistance and alternatives. Here you will find, among other things, films, songs and poems, but also information about campaigns and political activism. These materials challenge injustice from different perspectives and in different ways.
The following recommendations for practice derive from the project “Medical care for all? Methods, knowledge…
As part of the”connecting the dots” project, glokal designed the traveling exhibition “OurVoices! Resistant alternatives…
“And Ek-Ghes…” – with this little promise begins a love song, which in turn is a part of a documentary film. “One day…”, the translation of the title line from Romanian into German, tells the story of the Velcu family from Faţa Luncii, Romania, in a good hour and a half.
“Marzahn migrant.”: Under this title, social and cultural anthropologist Dr. Urmila Goel talks in her lecture about (anti-)racism, gentrification and (in)visibility in public space. And about West German perspectives on the East Berlin district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf.
In 2017, the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party began publicly threatening teachers with so-called “reporting platforms” on which students and parents were to point out their alleged “non-compliance(s)” with a supposed “school neutrality requirement.”
What is “Uhudler”? And what does this Austrian wine, which until the early 1990s was only allowed to be produced for domestic use, have to do with the beginnings of a globalized world economy? What colonial-racist histories of violence underlie long drinks like gin and tonic or Cuba Libre?
The online portal with the subtitle “Network for Digital Civil Society” deals with “socio-political currents (…) that endanger democratic society”.
The materials presented here were developed in the context of a training workshop and further think two popular methods of political education work in the context of multilingual groups – the “Values Auction” and “As in Real Life”.
“This is an appeal.” On the screen in the background there is a big heart formed by red and black pixels. Above it is written: “#OrganizedLove”. Berlin, July 2016, 10th edition of the “re:publica” festival, the “Most Inspiring Festival For The Digital Society” according to its own statement. Kübra Gümüşay, publicist and activist, begins her talk, “This is an appeal.”
This publication presents six methods from political education work.
The tenants’ association at the southern Kottbusser Tor in Berlin-Kreuzberg has been fighting against high rents and rent increases in social housing, against racism and for a right to the city against the background of the history of migration since 2011.
Colonial and racist thought and action in National Socialism – this (sub)title is the 2019 publication of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial in Hamburg.