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While the assembly’s events take place, there will be various exhibitions, collections of archive materials and film and audio stations on anti-racist struggles on display in HAU's foyers:  

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Ausstellung GRAU Behelfsbild © visitBerlin, GRAFIK MSF

“Frauen Besetzen” (“Occupying Women”) (an archive station by Denise Garcia Bergt / International Women* Space) “Yallah!? Über die Balkanroute“ (“Yallah?! Across the Balkan Route”) (excerpts from a touring exhibition about the long summer of migration and European refugee policy, by Svenja Schurade, amongst others) “Migrantischer Widerstand im Hamburg der 1990er: Wo Bewegung ist, guckt man hin” (“Migrant Resistance in Hamburg in the 1990s: Where there's movement, people look”)(a wall newspaper by Gürsel Yildirim) “women struggle” (book table, film projections and poster collages by International Women* Space) “Auszüge aus dem Sound-Archiv: Mölln (1992) und Köln (2004)” (“Excerpts from the Sound Archive: Mölln (1992) and Köln (2004)”), audio installation by Talya Feldman in cooperation with Bengü Kocatürk-Schuster Book table (of the bookshop Dante Connection Buchhandlung) “Offener Prozess” (“Open Process”) (an exhibition on the history of the NSU complex curated by Ayşe Güleç. Project sponsor: Offener Prozess/ASA-FF e.V., created as part of the theater project "Kein Schlussstrich"). Initiative Postmigrantisches Radio Film station

An initial collection of materials and knowledge will be expanded and supplemented with photos, posters and writing from anti-racist struggles that visitors can scan on site. Following the assembly, an open archive will be created in the FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum with the collected materials, continuing the collective reflection and discussion.
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HAU Hebbel am Ufer - HAU1