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Everyday Racism

We’re currently experiencing a rise in nationalist tendencies – I don’t know if it’s a worldwide phenomenon, but it surely applies to most, if not all, so-called western countries. One of the possible roots of this is the influx of … Continue reading

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Us and Them

Sorry, this is going to be a long post. TLDR version: We’re all human. Stop thinking in terms of us and them. Earlier today, someone mentioned something about fences, how it’s up to each of us to decide which side … Continue reading

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Behind the word ‘refugee’…

…there’s Jasmin*. She doesn’t speak or understand German yet, and her knowledge of English consists of about five words.¬†We still try to talk. She wants to find out about me. She gestures at herself, forms a huge belly with her … Continue reading

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Update on refugees, writing and other goings-on

Sorry for the relative silence, once again. A rather tired and weary January was followed by a super busy February. The good news first. After penning the final 500 or so words today, there’s now a – very rough – … Continue reading

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Germany’s refugees

(My apologies in advance. This is probably my longest post ever.) Ever since I started this whole being-an-author thing, I’m getting increasingly involved with people from different countries all over the world. The one thing I keep learning, is, that … Continue reading

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