To begin with: the Sudanese revolution is already stolen. The biggest problem is that the people who were not accepted, and will never be accepted, by the entirety of the revolution of Sudan are claiming to lead it. The most devastating thing they have ever done is the agreement with the regime of Omar al-Bashir! The leaders of the revolutionVerder lezen Reageren?
For us as undocumented, illegalized refugees it’s important that activists, leftist politicians, lawyers, judges and others who care about justice have a good understanding of what’s happening in our countries of origin. I truly believe that a better understanding can lead to more solidarity, changed policies, better legal representation and residence permits. By writing these short columns with updates aboutVerder lezen Reageren?
I’m from Ad-Damazin (Blue Nile, Sudan). I’m 7470 km away from my family. This distance is stretched by the difficulties of life here in Amsterdam. Let me explain some of the very hard realities we deal with as Sudanese undocumented refugees in Holland. The Hague has a Sudan embassy. Know why we don’t protest there every week to be inVerder lezen Reageren?
On May 3rd, No More Blackface Leiden launches its website rapportagezwartepiet.nl. This site was created after research on the presence of Black Petes at the Leiden Sinterklaas parade in 2018. During the second part of the event we will have a brainstorm about how we can get rid of Black Pete in Leiden. We will also make some time forVerder lezen Reageren?
Yesterday Nor Zartonk activist Alex Kalk was arrested at the Armenian cemetary Şişli in Istanbul at a commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. Only last Saturday he was a speaker at the meeting “Is the Armenian Genocide history?” in Nijmegen, which was organized by Nor Zartonk and Doorbraak. On 24 April 2011, exactly on the 96th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide,Verder lezen Reageren?
On Saturday, April 20th, Nor Zartonk Nederland and Doorbraak will organize a meeting with 2 lectures in the context of the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. Internationally April 24th 1915 is seen as the beginning of the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire. On that day Armenian intellectuals were imprisoned, and they were executed shortly afterwards. That was the beginningVerder lezen Reageren?
On January 5th, Anna was on flight KL0565 from Amsterdam to Nairobi. The Dutch state used the same flight to deport Sudanese refugee Ezzedine Mehimmid. Here’s what Anna reported. Anger, bewilderment and disappointment among passengers on a deportation flight. On Saturday, January 5, 2019, a KLM flight departed with a young man, mr. Mehimmid, on board. Mr. Mehimmid was forciblyVerder lezen Reageren?
In 2016 Doorbraak activist Jennifer van Leijen initiated a campaign to stop the Dutch government from subsidizing blackface (Zwarte Piet or Black Pete) on children’s television. More than 16.000 people already signed. Van Leijen regularly writes updates. Here is number 22 (also read numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17,Verder lezen Reageren?
In 2016 Doorbraak activist Jennifer van Leijen initiated a campaign to stop the Dutch government from subsidizing blackface (Zwarte Piet or Black Pete) on children’s television. More than 16.000 people already signed. Van Leijen regularly writes updates. Here is number 21 (also read numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17,Verder lezen Reageren?