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Monday, June 19, 06.30 pm, Hauptbahnhof: protest against Bärgida and racism – 08.00 pm Bärgida march in Spandau – counter protests scheduled – 06:30 pm Bahnhof Spandau

Every Monday, in Berlin as in other towns and cities, a demonstration of Pegida is taking place. Their followers call themselves ‘Bärgida’ and will gather again this coming Monday at 18:30 at Hauptbahnhof, Berlin’s central train station. Amongst them are racists, Nazi hooligans, and further enemies of refugees. The committee … Continue reading »

Update 3 +++ Saturday, March 17, 2017, 14:00: March route announced for gathering of the right-wing extremist movement „Identitäre Bewegung“ +++ information on counter protests +++ updated assessment by MBR

The right-wing extremist group “Die Identitären“ changed the location for their demonstration, which had been announced to take place in the city centre, to the northern area of the district Berlin Mitte. Due to the announcements of counter protests, it was apparently not feasible to organize the march through the city center. … Continue reading »

Artists call to join their „Glamorous Demonstration“ on June 17, 2017 against the right-wing extremist gathering of the „Identitarian Movement”

The demonstration is scheduled to start at 14:00 in front of the building “Alte Münze” at Molkenmarkt 2, and will move towards Invalidenstraße via Hackescher Markt. Under the slogan “Vorhang auf, Grenzen auf: Bühne frei! Die Vielen” (“We will not be divided. We take a stand. The curtain rises for Die Vielen!”) a happening … Continue reading »

Update: Counter protests scheduled – Lichtenberg train station 19.00 Uhr +++ Monday, June 5, 06.30 pm, Hauptbahnhof: protest against Bärgida and racism – 07.30 pm Bärgida march in Lichtenberg

Every Monday, in Berlin as in other towns and cities, a demonstration of Pegida is taking place. Their followers call themselves ‘Bärgida’ and will gather again this coming Monday at 18:30 at Hauptbahnhof, Berlin’s central train station. Amongst them are racists, Nazi hooligans, and further enemies of refugees. The committee … Continue reading »