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Kein Schlussstrich!
Why We Fight | Warum Wir Kämpfen:

Ein dezentrales Hamburger Symposium für Widerstand und Resilienz

 
  • © Kein Schlussstrich / Kampnagel
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  • Almost all events during the symposium will take place with the 3G rule – with two exceptions: the opening party in the Panda Bar on Fri-22 Oct and the midi concert by Jeff Braun on Sun-24 Oct.
     

    HERE you will find all the latest information and Corona rules for your visit.

     

    3G means: Admission only for people with proof of Corona vaccination or recovery or a daily negative Corona test. Masks are required indoors and capacity is limited to ensure minimum distances.
     

    2G means: Access only for people with proof of Corona vaccination or recovery. In return, the mask obligation in the event hall and the capacity restriction do not apply.

  • Sun, 24.10.2021 from 12:00
    Living archives – Wissen, Gedenken & Denkmäler dekolonisieren (k2) Tickets
  • Sun, 24.10.2021 from 14:30
    Rap-/Schreibworkshop (k1) Tickets
  • Sun, 24.10.2021 from 14:30
    Rassismus, Repräsentation und Re-Traumatisierung Tickets
  • Sun, 24.10.2021 from 16:00
    Bewegungsworkshop – Afra Tamaraemi Bobo (kx) BIPoC-FLINTA only! Tickets
  • Sun, 24.10.2021 from 17:00
    Intersektionale Widerstände & Allyship (k2) Tickets
  • Mon, 25.10.2021 18:30
    Akustikkonzert und Podium: Kein Schlussstrich – die Reise (k2) Tickets
  • Sat, 30.10.2021 from 15:00
    Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg
  • Fri, 05.11.2021 ca. 19:00
    GWA St.Pauli
  • Sat, 06.11.2021 ca. 19:00
    GWA St.Pauli


PROGRAMIN TÜRKÇESI PDF OLARAK BURADA.

The symposium WHY WE FIGHT looks at a history of resistance and resilience in Germany against right-wing violence – from the perspective of survivors, families of victims and those affected, as well as initiatives. Honouring the activists who came before us, the activists who are now, and the activists who are yet to come, WHY WE FIGHT brings together the voices of those who have been fighting for urgent change within politics and parliaments, the judiciary and police, and civil society for decades. Through solidarity, remembrance and an unshakeable belief in a better future - for the city of Hamburg and for every city in Germany. In the symposium there will be lectures, discussions, opportunities for networking and allying in protected spaces, artistic and empowerment workshops, drinking tea together and music, with many activists from Hamburg and other cities.

On Saturday 30 October, events will take place at the Bürgerhaus Wilhelmsburg as part of the symposium, and from 5 to 7 November at the GWA St. Pauli.

The program is live and analogue, selected events will also be streamed.

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PROGRAM


THURSDAY 21.10. / KAMPNAGEL


From 17:00 Exhibition OFFENER PROZESS / Foyer / 3G

18:30 - 20:00 Welcome and kick-off of the nationwide project KEIN SCHLUSSSTRICH in Hamburg / K4 / 3G
With Amelie Deuflhard - Intendant and artistic director Kampnagel and board member of the association "Licht ins Dunkel" e.V., Dîlan Sina Balhan - co-curator of WHY WE FIGHT, activist, legal advisor and freelance facilitator in the field of anti-racism and education from Hamburg, and Dr. Reyhan Şahin - linguist, migration, Islam and racism researcher, educational consultant, performance artist, former rapper and book author.
Followed by screening of the nationwide opening film by Ayhan Salar.

From 20:00 ANITA, AGNES, ANNA, BINEFS, BERFÎN, BERÎTAN by Leyla Yenirce (installation) / P1 / 3G
 

FRIDAY 22.10. / KAMPNAGEL AND PANDA BAR
 

From 17:00 OFFENER PROZESS (exhibition) / Foyer / 3G

18:00 ALTAR DER RACHE (Performance) / Piazza / 3G

19:00 - 20:30 Opening Symposium WHY WE FIGHT / K4 / 3G
Opening Symposium WHY WE FIGHT: The first part of the symposium – with a view to Kampnagel as host and opener to society – deals with art as a resistant practice. What spaces of healing and empowerment can art open up and enable a narrative when something is unspeakable? In Germany, Black, Jewish and Migrant People or People of Colour have always been pioneers of art movements and have supported the cultural life without which we would not be able to live today and which fulfils us – and yet we still have an art and culture industry that ostracises and excludes and, in doing so, makes unrestrained use of marginalised identities and their products. What no one can ever take away from them, however: Making art to survive. To live art out of resistance. To have one's own distinctive voice and signature. Our first panel is about resistant art and how it helps to ensure our survival in German society. Critical artists and cultural mediators are invited to discuss their artistic and activist forms from an intersectional perspective.

Impulse:
This is not "migrant art": Why we are the future & WHY WE FIGHT: Opening and outlook on the symposium

Jacqueline Saki Aslan - curator of WHY WE FIGHT, migration researcher, performance artist, freelance mediator in the fields of memory culture, classism and Yezidi diaspora from Hamburg.
Translated live to Kurmanji. Wergerandî zindî bo Kurmancî.

Panel: "Art as a Resistive Practice"
Dîlan Sina Balhan (moderation) - co-curator of WHY WE FIGHT, activist, legal advisor and freelance facilitator in the field of anti-racism and education from Hamburg
Julia Alfandari - cultural mediator, coordinator and activist from Berlin.
Nebou N'Diaye - Performer, member of Hajusom and FORMATION**NOW from Hamburg.
Havîn Al-Sindy - artist and professor at the HBK Braunschweig, works in Düsseldorf, Stuttgart and Kurdistan.

From 20:30 ANITA, AGNES, ANNA, BINEFS, BERFÎN, BERÎTAN by Leyla Yenirce (installation) / P1 / 3G

From 22:00 Public opening party with DJs from Hamburg / at Panda Bar / Attention: 2G event, admission and registration on site
Shari Who?
Jackmode
DJ Waxs


SATURDAY 23.10. / KAMPNAGEL
 

From 12:00 OFFENER PROZESS (exhibition) / Foyer / 3G

12:00 - 19:00 SAFER SPACE / K4 / 3G
Hearing and talking about racism all day can be quite a burden. A space that is open during the symposium just for people who are affected by racist exclusion, need peace and security or just need to take a breath can help. We will have this space available in K4 for the entire duration of our symposium. Please note: This space is exclusively for BIPoC, i.e. for people who are currently experiencing racism and/or anti-Semitism in Germany; for people whose self-designations may be: Person of Colour, Black, Foreigner, Muslim, Jew, Romany, Sintezza, Migrant, Refugee, Asian German, Indigenous, non-white etc. In this room you can make yourself comfortable on cushions or drink tea.

12:00 - 13:30 / K2 / 3G
The media portrayal of the NSU murders has contributed massively to the criminalisation of the victims, those affected and their relatives – they were isolated, suspected and publicly exposed to additional, massive psychological violence at a time of unimaginable loss. The continuity of racist media coverage can be recounted over the summer of 2015 until today and leads to hatred, re-traumatisation and physical violence. Who actually becomes visible in public media discourse? And which (artistic) media can be used in a gesture of self-determination and speaking out to counter this image? Our panellists have developed their own media formats and influenced narratives in this context.

Panel: "Racism in Media and Culture"
Suna J. Voß (Mod) - MSSc Peace & Conflict Studies and part of the Perspekt Initiative for Discrimination Critical Education from Hamburg.
Nabila Abdel Aziz - Journalist and curator from Munich, podcast "Terror am OEZ - Fünf Jahre nach dem Anschlag in München".
Ferhat Unvar Education Initiative.

13:00 - 15:00 / K1 / 3G
Zine workshop with Whitney Bursch - illustrator from Hamburg, HEAR ME OUT project. (Limited to 10 participants)

15:00 - 18:00 / K1 / 3G (Important: Negative test proof required for all, in addition to proof of vaccination/recovery).
Delimiting in activism – a writing workshop with Limo - spoken word artist and educational consultant from Hamburg. (Limited to 10 participants.)

15:00 - 17:00 / K2 / 3G
Victims of racism, activists, survivors of right-wing terrorist attacks and the families of victims of these attacks – for decades they have been telling a German story of state and social violence, of resistance and self-organisation. They help shape our society so that it can have a truly more democratic and humane future in the first place. This panel is dedicated to activism, interventions and the reappropriation of public memory. It also leads into the evening's subsequent commemorative event, which occupies an important place in the symposium as a whole. In cooperation with Candan Özer, there will be only the second public commemoration of Atilla Özer to date.

Impulse:
Abdullah Özkan
- survivor of the Keupstraße bombing in 2004.
Translated live into Turkish. Canlı olarak Türkçe'ye çevrildi.

Panel: "Reappraisal – Reclaiming – Making Visible
Aileen Puhlmann (Mod) - Educational consultant and director of Lemonaid & ChariTea from Hamburg.
Ibrahim Arslan - Victim and survivor of the racist arson attacks of Mölln, activist and participant in the circle of friends in memory of the racist arson attacks of Mölln 1992.
Ceren Türkmen - Initiative Duisburg 1984, sociologist, federal association of counselling centres for victims of right-wing, racist and anti-Semitic violence.
Candan Özer - education activist and widow of Atilla Özer, who was murdered as a result of the Keupstraße bombing in 2004.
Translated live into Turkish. Canlı olarak Türkçe'ye çevrildi.

18:00 - 19:30 Film "The Kuaför from Keupstraße" / Director: Andreas Maus / K2 / 3G
Trigger warning: racism/murder: The film can be triggering, as it documents a right-wing terrorist attack by the NSU and/or survivors and relatives of the murder victims have their say.

19:30 - 20:15 Commemoration of Atilla Özer with his family / K2 / 3G
Lee Hielscher (Moderation) - Author and member of the "Bundesweites Aktionsbündnis NSU-Komplex auflösen" from Hamburg.
Abdullah Özkan (Impuls) - survivor of the Keupstraße bombing in 2004.
Dîlan Sina Balhan (Impuls) - co-curator of WHY WE FIGHT, activist, legal advisor and freelance facilitator in the field of anti-racism and education from Hamburg.
Open Mic Rap-Session with Can Özer-Vogler - Atilla Özer's son, rapper and artists
Translated live into Turkish. Canlı olarak Türkçe'ye çevrildi.

From 20:00: ANITA, AGNES, ANNA, BINEFS, BERFÎN, BERÎTAN by Leyla Yenirce (installation) / P1 / 3G

20:30 - 21:10 THE STRING ARCHESTRA (concert) / K1 / 3G
The String Archestra is a classical chamber music ensemble consisting of BIPoC musicians. The orchestra was founded in Berlin in 2016 to perform the works of BIPoC composers who have completely "disappeared" from canonical music history as well as from concert and music practice. Composers such as Chevalier de Saint-Georges (France), Teresa Carreno (Venezuela), Florence Price (USA), Fela Sowande (Nigeria), Yasushi Akutagawa (Japan) have already been performed. Since 2019, The String Archestra has been collaborating with promising contemporary composers such as Anthony R. Green (USA) and Ayanna Witter-Johnson (UK).

From 21:30 Fade out / Peacetanbul / 3G


SUNDAY, 24.10. / KAMPNAGEL
 

From 12:00 OFFENER PROZESS (exhibition) / Foyer / 3G

From 12:00 - 19:00 SAFER SPACE / K4 / 3G
Hearing and talking about racism all day can be quite a burden. A space that is open during the symposium just for people who are affected by racist exclusion, need peace and security or just need to take a breath can help. We will have this space available in K4 for the entire duration of our symposium. Please note: This space is exclusively for BIPoC, i.e. for people who are currently experiencing racism and/or anti-Semitism in Germany; for people whose self-designations may be: Person of Colour, Black, Foreigner, Muslim, Jew, Romany, Sintezza, Migrant, Refugee, Asian German, Indigenous, non-white etc. In this room you can make yourself comfortable on cushions or drink tea.

12:00 - 13:30 / K2 / 3G
Who actually determines what "German history" is, who can tell it and why is only history what ends up in a museum or on the street as a monument? We are not only what was once carved in white stone. And history is not only what someone once wrote in a book and then closed it. Why didn't we learn anything in history classes about the racist and anti-Semitic violence in Hamburg and Germany after 1945 and about the self-organised resistance against it? Our guests are multipliers from the most diverse fields of critical remembrance culture and fight to ensure that marginalised and invisible stories are told critically, feminist, queer, diverse and intersectional "from below" and that monuments remain alive.

Panel: "Living archives - decolonising knowledge, commemoration & monuments".
Jacqueline Saki Aslan (Mod) - curator of "Kein Schlussstrich", performance artist, migration researcher, mediator in the field of memory culture, classism and Yezidi diaspora from Hamburg.
Tamara Loewenstein - freelance curator, cultural worker, mediator from Hamburg.
Aurora Rodonò - lecturer/ culture worker and diversity manager.
Christopher Nixon - curator for colonial past and postcolonial present, philosopher, literary scholar.

Impulse:
Lower Class Jane - author and curator from Hamburg.

14:30 - 16:00 / K2 / 3G
What does it do to us if we always have to talk about racism and other experiences of discrimination, violence that has been and is being directed against us, traumatic things, cannot always talk about them, but know that no one else but us is telling and making these realities visible? When we are constantly invited and questioned as so-called racism experts. And at the end there is an audience that has gratefully learned from us – but we always have to recover and regain our strength? Because we share our knowledge with our whole body and in doing so we put our health at risk again and again – for a better society, as those affected. We would like to discuss these tensions on this panel.

Impulse:
Gözde Varol
- teacher at the Alter Teichweg primary and district school in Hamburg.
Translated live into Turkish. Canlı olarak Türkçe'ye çevrildi.

Panel: "Racism, representation and re-traumatisation".
Nadia Shehadeh (Mod) - Sociologist and author, blogger since 2010 and operator of "shehadistan" from Bielefeld.
Reyhan Şahin aka Dr. Bitch Ray - Linguist, researcher on migration, Islam and racism, educational consultant, performance artist, former rapper and book author.
Paulino Miguel - Activist and development policy consultant from Stuttgart.
Ali Konyali - migration researcher (DeZIM Institute, The Global (De)Centre), gives rap workshops in political education projects.

Translated live into Turkish. Canlı olarak Türkçe'ye çevrildi.

14:30 - 16:00 / K1 / 3G
Conversation / Q&A "Develpment of your music" with Jeff Braun - singer, songwriter and rapper from Berlin. (Limited to 10 participants.)

16:00 - 17:15 / kx  / 3G (no barrier-free access)
Movement workshop with Afra Tamaraemi Bobo - singer, vocal coach, backing singer for Zoe Wee and self-crowned "Queen of Selfcare". (Limited to 10 participants. BIPoC-FLINTA only).
Let's move! Out of our heads and into our bodies. We turn up, be loud and take up space. We're doing a danceinspired HIIT workout, for all fitness levels. Sweating, dancing, laughing, embodiment. Please bring comfortable clothes, water, a towel and a mat, blanket or large cloth for stretching on the floor.

16:00 - 19:00 / K1 / 3G
Non-public fishbowl for networking, strengthening and alliance building for activists and initiatives with Mona ElOmari (Mod) - systemic counsellor, alternative practitioner for psychotherapy and empowerment trainer from Hamburg.

17:00 - 18:30 / K2 / 3G
As the symposium is mainly dedicated to the themes of activism, intervention, resistance and resilience, we would like to say goodbye to our panellists and the audience at the end of this intense and moving weekend with a round that shows us how important it is that we are not alone in our struggles. Each of us struggles from an individual position and understanding our million different perspectives is not always easy and a long process. However, the greatest richness of our common resistance can be seen in the attentiveness to each other, listening, empathy and constant learning from each other. Our resistances are intertwined and sometimes we forget that we have allies. This panel is dedicated to the theme of allyship – among all!

Impulse:
Dîlan Sina Balhan
- co-curator of WHY WE FIGHT, activist, legal advisor and freelance facilitator in the field of anti-racism and education from Hamburg.

Panel: "Intersectional Resistances & Allyship"
Eliza-Maimouna Sarr (Mod) - anti-discrimination and empowerment consultant.
Ed Greve - former direct candidate for Die Urbane in Neukölln and anti-discrimination trainer from Berlin.
Hana Corrales - transgender activist and student from Buxtehude.
Tuğba Tanyilmaz - co-founder and project manager of the initiative intersectional pedagogy i-Päd from Berlin.

18:30 / kmh / 2G
Casual fade-out: Music and Spoken Word with Jeff Braun - singer, songwriter and rapper from Berlin.


MONDAY, 25.10. / KAMPNAGEL
 

18:30 - 20:45 / K1 / 3G
Mini-concert with Fayim and Precious

"İdil's Conversations on Tour" (with livestream).
KEIN SCHLUSSSTRICH takes place in 15 cities. In its interplay of history and present, civil society and politics, each participating city is unique. Remembrance practices as well as the struggle for the "right" form of commemoration are diverse. The actress, activist and cabaret artist İdil Baydar travels to the key sites of the NSU complex to take stock of the culture of remembrance between art, discourse and activism. She interviews representatives from civil society and public institutions about how commemoration is practised and how reappraisal is lived out locally and in the region. The guests invited and the thematic arcs of the discussions are as individual as the city involved. The NSU complex did not "happen" in an empty space. Crime scenes, hideouts and monuments are embedded in urban history.
Translated live into Turkish. Canlı olarak Türkçe'ye çevrildi.

İdil Baydar (Mod) - actress, activist and cabaret artist.
Caro Keller - anti-fascist and activist from Hamburg, editor of NSU-Watch since 2016.
Lee Hielscher - Author and member of the "Bundesweites Aktionsbündnis NSU-Komplex auflösen" from Hamburg.
Susan Djahangard, journalist, moderator, Zeit podcast "Was jetzt?" and member of Diaspora Salon from Hamburg.


SATURDAY, 30.10. / BÜRGERHAUS WILHELMSBURG / 3G
 

Lecture and discussion (TBA)


FRIDAY, 05.11. / GWA ST. PAULI / 3G
 

Ozan Ata Canani (Live Concert)
As a child prodigy on the Bağlama (Saz) Ata Canani single-handedly invented Turkish Rock'n'Roll with German lyrics while still in his teens late in the 1970es, dropping socially aware tunes reflecting the discrimination and harsh living conditions Turkish "guest workers" were facing. Even by the low standards of German hospitality, they were by no means treated as "guests", only as cheap labourers, who were expected to eventually return to their home countries after having profited from the questionable "benefits" of their host country. Ata was also a long-time member of the influential outfit "Die Kanaken" which also featured the Anadolu Rock originator Cem Karaca who was then living exiled in Köln. After years in relative obscurity, 2013 Ata was catapulted back into the eye of the music-loving public when his song "Deutsche Freunde" was one of the standout tracks on Trikont's seminal "Songs of Gastarbeiter" compilation. Hot on the heels of the hit single "Alle Menschen dieser Erde" which has become a signature tune at certain hip parties in Berlin, Ata's debut album "Warte mein Land, warte" dropped in May 2021 on Fun in the Church.

From Friday 5.11. the wall newspaper "Migrant Resistance in Hamburg in the 1990s" by Gürsel Yildirim can be seen in the shop windows of the GWA.


SATURDAY, 06.11. / GWA ST. PAULI / 3G


18:00 - 19:30 Discussion "Re-Membering" with Daniel Manwire (Initiative in memory of Achidi John), Abou Jabbie, Asmara's World, Shohreh Golian (moderator)

19:30 - 20:00 Reading: Poems by Semra Ertan

20:00 - 20:30 Lecture Performance by Heiko-Thandeka Ncube

20:30 - 22:00 EuroEyez

Translated live into Turkish. Canlı olarak Türkçe'ye çevrildi.


  • Curation: Jacqueline Saki Aslan
  • Co Curator: Dîlan Sina Balhan

The symposium is part of the national project KEIN SCHLUSSSTRICH!. Supported by: Hamburg Kulturbehörde and Fonds Soziokultur.


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