This video is about the 13 October 2018 big anti-racism demonstration in Berlin, Germany.
By Ulrich Rippert in Germany:
15 October 2018
Nearly 250,000 people demonstrated Saturday in Berlin against racism, the far-right Alternative for Germany’s witch-hunting of immigrants, and the reactionary policies of the grand coalition government.
Organized around the central slogan “#indivisible—solidarity instead of exclusion”, the protest was one of the largest in recent German history.
The organizers had expected 40,000 participants and were stunned when more than six times that number showed up to demonstrate. The opening rally at Berlin’s Alexanderplatz was jam packed, and when the front of the demonstration arrived at the Victory Column, just under three kilometres away, many still had not set off from the starting point.
The protest was the culmination of a growing…
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