What are some subtle signs of NPD

racism: "Racism doesn't stop with the NPD and AfD"

Racism orders our thinking and living together. With the focus on "Everyday Racism" we want to find out why this is the case, what it means for society and how that could be changed. To this end, we invited six older and younger people affected to talk to the studio. In the first video they exchanged their experiences of racism, in the second part they reveal how they deal with it.

Day after day, people in Germany listen to racist slogans and insults, some even experience harassment and violence. For example, in the first part of our video, pensioner Aytop Özkuscu told how her colleagues forced her to dig up frozen ground in winter shortly after arriving in Germany in 1970. Fifty years later, her granddaughter Cansu also experienced racism, albeit more subtle.

In the second part we wanted to know from you and four other people affected: What do you do in difficult situations? What are the right words to speak to people about hurtful behavior - especially if it was not meant to be malicious or if it was not obviously from the right?

We invited six older and younger people to an intergenerational conversation: Cansu Özkuscu talks to her grandmother Aytop; the Sino-German film director Dieu Hao Do with the pensioner Dang Chau Lam from Vietnam; and Africa scholar Josephine Apraku speaks to activist Tahir Della.

In the end, they reveal what they want each other generation to deal with racism and society.