Wuppertal, German territory: Since the autonomous bloc passed the DGB (Association of German Trade Unions) demo on the leftside in 1986, the unregistered autonomous mayday demonstration takes place in Wuppertal. In the 33 years of its existence, this demonstration was repeatedly harassed to varying degrees by the police.
Continue reading #Wuppertal, German territory: Unregistered autonomous #MayDay demo marched in a good mood without police escort
In 2018, the new NRW state Interior Minister Reul and the new Police President Röhrl wanted to sharpen their profile as “Law-and-Order” politicians/policemen and prevent the only regular unannounced demonstration. The plan was successful last year with a large contingent and the use of brutal force and disregarded fundamental rights.
Students from the Bergisches city triangle Wuppertal, Solingen and Remscheid will strike on 15 February for more climate protection and a better climate policy. The Fridays For Future climate strikes have thus also arrived in the Bergisches Land region.
Continue reading #FridaysForFuture #ClimateStrike on 15 February also in #Wuppertal (German territory): Demonstration
On december 22, the Enough 14 Info-Café opened in Wuppertal on the German territory. A lot has happened in the past month and we have a lot more plans for the coming year. But what was that tree from Hambacher forest doing in a meeting of the Coal commission? And why was the name of this blog and the Info-Café changed in Enough 14?
Continue reading Riot Turtle in the Enough 14 Info-Café: What was that tree from #HambacherForest doing in a meeting of the Coal Commission?
On Sunday February 3, 2019, an open prepatory meeting for an Anarchist Book Fair will take place in Wuppertal, German territory. The meeting starts at 15:00 at the Enough is Enough Info-Café at Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal. People who have time and want to make the anarchist book fair in Wuppertal possible are welcome.
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We are on the verge of a climate disaster, but instead of a united effort to get rid of the cause of the problem, nationalism and fascism are growing across the planet. At the same time financial markets and multinational corporations are cheering and parliamentary democracy is running in a dead end street. Climate change and capitalism are two sides of the same coin and green capitalism will not bring a solution.
Continue reading Info Event Enough is Enough Info-Café: Climate and Capitalism
On January 8 (19:30) we organize a screening of the 90 minutes long documentary film “Beyond the Red Lines – System Change not Climate Change” in the Enough is Enough Info-Café in the Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal (German territory). After the video screening we will discuss about the film and the Climate Justice movement.
Continue reading Enough is Enough Info-Café Screening: Beyond the Red Lines – System Change not Climate Change
On January 4 (19:30) we organize a screening of Submedia’s Trouble 16: “Conspiracy to Riot” in the Enough is Enough Info-Café in the Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal (German territory). After the video screening we will discuss the J20 resistance and the solidarity against the massive repression.
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On December 22, 2018, the Enough is Enough Info-Café will open its doors in Wuppertal (German territory). Here are the opening hours for 2018.
Continue reading Welcome to the Enough is Enough Info-Café: Opening hours 2018
We would like to invite you to the opening of the Enough is Enough Info-Café in Wuppertal (German territory). Save the date: December 22 from 15.00 until 20:00 in the Wiesenstrasse 48 in Wuppertal.
Continue reading December 22: Opening of the Enough is Enough Info- Café
We believe that neighborhood work is an immensely important factor in organizing a better world and have therefore decided to open an info café in the Nordstadt district in Wuppertal, German territory.
Continue reading Enough is Enough Info-Café: “The Internet should not be the only space in which we work in collectives”