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Let’s talk about #PoliceViolence! International Day Against Police Violence on March 15th

Laye-Alama Condé! Oury Jalloh! Yaya Jabbi! Amad Ahmad! Christy Schwundeck! Achidi John!

This sad list can be extended indefinitely. So many people – not only in Germany – have been abused, murdered and killed by the police and judiciary. In addition, there are thousands who have been and are affected by violent attacks by the police. Thousands have been subjected to harassment and discrimination by the police again and again. Because in the eyes of the police they are “different”, “criminal”, and “endanger security”: People with a (supposed) migration background, precariously living and homeless people, sex workers*, people beyond the gender norm, left-wing activists*, people who are declared ill.

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