DAILY RESISTANCE #10 – out now!
Our issue #10 is devoted to the Refugee Movement from O-Platz/Ohlauer School (Berlin) and all movements around the world. With activists*, who were part of the protest camp and the occupation of Ohlauer School, we spoke about the 10th anniversary of the O-Platz occupation and reflect on this particular time, its forthcomings as well as current and future activism. Since it’s also the 10th issue (the first was delivered in March 2016) of DAILY RESISTANCE, we brought together old and new comrades to talk about the beginnings of the newspaper, the importance of own media for the Refugee Movement, collaborations and future plans.
Next to that, there are multilingual articles and interviews on ongoing wars and conflicts in Ukraine and Iran, reflections about perpetuating colonial injustice by THE VOICE REFUGEE FORUM (http://www.thevoiceforum.org), a speech by International Women* Space (https://iwspace.de) held at the 30 years commemoration demo of the Nazi attacks in Rostock-Lichtenhagen – and two more personal stances on the importance of critical self-reflection in anti-racist activism from 2012 till today. Many photos from several photographers in solidarity from Umbruch Bildarchiv e.V. (https://www.umbruch-bildarchiv.de) contributed to this issue, as well – thank you all!
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DAILY RESISTANCE is a communal newspaper written by activists of the Refugee Movement to inform about resistance against the asylum and camp system in Germany and Europe and to support people in their daily struggle for their rights. It was founded 2015 by activist of the Refugee Movement. We are a diverse group of people in Berlin who fight against isolation, lagers and the border regime.