On the 21st of April 2019 our brother Tonou-Mbobda died as a result of a racist, brutally inhuman and ultimately deadly attack by “security” personnel of the University Hospital Hamburg – Eppendorf (UKE).Continue reading Demonstration: Africa Liberation Day /#JusticeForMBobda May 25 – 12:00 at #UKE #Hamburg
On May 5 there was a gathering to commemorate WilliamTonou Mbobda in front of the W37 building of the University hospital Eppendorf (UKE) in Hamburg. Bobda died on April 26, after he was beaten up by UKE security personel on April 21. A reportback and podcast.Continue reading Gathering to commemorate #TonouMbobda in #Hamburg – A reportback
On Saturday more than 6000 people took the streets against high rentsd and gentrification on a rainy day in Hamburg (German territory). During and after the demo there were two occupations. A reportback.Continue reading #Hamburg: Two occupations during #MietenMove demo against gentrification and high rents – A reportback
Call by Lampedusa in Hamburg for a demonstration on May 10 against the racist killing of late Tonou-Mbobda, who was killed by security officers at Hamburg University Hospital Eppendorf (UKE).Continue reading #Hamburg Calling: Justice for our brother William #TonouMbobda! It was murder!!
Hamburg: Speech by United we Stand at the prison rally on April 13, 2019 – Solidarity means continue fighting!Continue reading Repression after #NoG20 #Hamburg: Solidarity means Continue Fighting!
Last Monday, January 21 2019, the final hearing in Peike’s higher appeal took place. To support Peike while he received the verdict, around 40 friends and allies from Hamburg, Amsterdam and several other European cities were present.Continue reading #NoG20 Hamburg: Verdict in appeal Peike
First elements to understand the course of the procedure to Elbchaussee that started in Hamburg on December 18 – or: How the German state tries to prove that all persons participating in a demonstration are organized felons and should be convicted as such.Continue reading #NoG20 Elbchaussee Trial – Can a demo be considered an organized criminal gang?
This is a detailed report and reflection on what happened before, during, and after the 2017 G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. At the same time, it is a letter addressed to the activists and residents of Buenos Aires, Argentina—where the next summit (protest) will soon take place.
With more than 30.000 participants the “We’ll Come United! Anti-racist parade” in Hamburg last Saturday was probably the biggest antiracist demonstration which ever took place in Germany in such a mixed composition.
We know already that September 29, 2018 will be the most beautiful day of the year. It will be our day. We are many, we are different and we struggle every day on our doorstep. We’ll all come together in September. We will come to Hamburg by car, train and bus. From villages and towns, from camps and shelters, from welcoming initiatives and aid organizations, from construction sites, schools and universities. With soundtrucks, performances, lyrics, music and carnival we’ll chase away the cold, the racism and the heartlessness from the streets of the city. Together we’ll draw a picture on the streets: the picture of our friendship, the picture of a diverse and fearless life in solidarity. When we move, the world moves!