On the evening of 20 January, as a new U.S. president takes office in Washington, D.C., we will march to the Brandenburg Gate and rally there to speak out against the divisive politics of the far right.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aufruf: DEUTSCH 

Call to action: ENGLISH

The far right, including Trump and his team in the United States, the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) in Germany, the National Front in France, and the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands, among others, have reignited racist, xenophobic, misogynistic, and homophobic tensions and politics throughout the world. These movements fan nationalist sentiment and attempt to establish dangerous divisions within our societies and between them.

 

On the evening of 20 January, as a new U.S. president takes office in Washington, D.C., we will march to the Brandenburg Gate and rally there to speak out against the divisive politics of the far right.

 

 

Our demonstration in Berlin, like the many others that will take place around the world on 20 and 21 January, has been organized to remind people that although Trump has been elected President of the United States, his polarizing and isolationist agenda is not supported by the majority of the U.S. electorate.

 

Furthermore, our demonstration is organized to remind politicians in the E.U. and across Europe who lead authoritarian movements, which are anti-democratic and attempt to undermine the solidarity achieved among European people, that they will be confronted with a determined and vocal resistance.

 

Join us and others around the world on 20 January! The Berlin march begins at the offices of the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) and will join a demonstration in front of the U.S. Embassy at Pariser Platz.