Kammer 3

AFRO-GERMAN LIFE (AND SURVIVAL) IN GERMANY

READING AND DISCUSSION WITH MARIE NEJAR, NADINE GOLLY AND TAHIR DELLA (THEODOR W. MICHAEL AND GERT SCHRAMM had to cancel)

Unfortunately, due to illness, Gert Schramm and Theodor Michael will not be able to attend the discussion. We are very sorry about this and would like to inform you, that instead Nadine Golly and Tahir Della will attend.

MARIE NEJAR, contemporary witness // NADINE GOLLY, social and cultural scientist, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg // TAHIR DELLA, managing board ISD Bund e.V. (Initiative Schwarze Menschen in Deutschland)

Host:

Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard, journalist and publicist


An event within the framework of the International Weeks against Racism.


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Marie Nejar, Theodor Michael and Gert Schramm are survivors and at the same time persons who have succeeded in making the best of their lives. All three have survived the Second World War and the Nazi terror regime. As Afro-Germans they have lived their lives in a highly different and impressing manner after 1945. An evening with excerpts from their respective biographies and a discussion about the lives of black people in Germany.