The Caravan Festival is Set!!!
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On June 4th thru 6th 2010, a political-cultural Karawane Festival for the
Rights of Refugees and Migrants will take place in Jena (Thuringia,
Germany). The planned event is an open air festival against neocolonialism
and racism. This is especially true: locally and outside. Over the course
of three days, various activities and actions will take place at several
locations in downtown Jena: e.g. lectures, discussions, plays, live music,
film screenings and exhibitions. Two key program points mark the unveiling
of a memorial for those killed by the stronghold of Europe and a
masquerade parade, where those who died on their way to Europe will be
received entering the city in the form of Nigerian masks.
The festival is open to all activists and artists of all nationalities and
communities, who wish to bring their art of resistance to other forms of
expression with others in creativity and cooperation. It is coordinated by
the VOICE Refugee Forum, activists of the Karawane for the Rights of
Refugees and Migrants, and many volunteers, particularly from Jena.
We rely heavily on donations in order to prepare the festival and
especially to put it in effect with all those interested in June.
Therefore we are asking you: Support the activities and events for the
2010 Festival Karawane for the Rights of Refugees and Migrants. No
contribution is too small when it is given and not thought of as
Donations made to the VOICE are considered especially eligible and a
donation receipt can be given upon request.
Förderverein The VOICE e. V.
A/C No.: 140 061
BLZ: 260 500 01
IBAN: DE97 2605 0001 000 1278 29
The Caravan Festival is Set!
Online Premier VIDEO: Preparing for Karawane Festival 2010 - "Over come
your fear for freedom" >>> http://thevoiceforum.org/node/1631
Statement and Call for Participation
Call for further support: Join the Caravan Festival Network!
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