anti racism

Declaration of Insanity

Three years ago, I came to Germany as a student. As of a year ago, I started working in Hamburg as an outreach social worker. In my daily personal and professional interactions, I experience firsthand and witness racist macro- and micro-aggressions, be they subtle, systematic, well intended or backhanded. In the following text, I try to reflect on these aggressions, on the phrases I heard that have stayed with me and still occupy me, and on the violent space that Germany – and Europe – has become.

I am no longer able to remain sane in the face of systematic violence.

قوى الامن ولاجئات من السودان

Today is the 56th day of the ongoing protest of more than 25 Sudanese refugees, mostly mothers and their children, at the UNHCR office doors in Beirut. The amount of hate and racism they witness and encounter, by their words, is intolerable to any human.

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