„No Amnesty on Genocide“ – that’s the title of the new exhibition of AfroTak which will be inaugurated officially on 31th of August at the Kunsthaus KuLe in Berlin. It treats the genocide of the germans against Namibia at the beginning of the 20th century which is considered as the first genocide of modernity. The exhibition can be visited from the beginning of septembe until 31th of october 2017, every day from 3 to 6 p.m. The opening evening offers a rich programme for all those who are interested.

The evening starts at 6 p.m. with „Zeit und Raum / der Menschenwerdungs-reMIX, a performance of AfroTak cyberNomads. They will present a literary journey through the history of Germany with a focus on the african diaspora.
At 7 p.m., the opening speech will be held. The following persons will be there: Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi – AFROTAK TV cyberNomads, Marie-José Ourtilane – artistic direction of the project Space Festival, Elisabeth Kaneza – UN-Fellow of the commission for human rights of the United Nations, MdB Dr. Karamba Diaby, Thomas Krüger – president of the federal agency for civic education.
At 8 p.m., the Finnissage Party starts with music of Dangerous Drums.

AfroTak cyberNomads is an initiative of the activists Adetoun and Michael Küppers-Adebisi founded in 2001. it offers a network for the african diaspora, media and archives of educational and cultural concerns. By organising conferences, exhibitons and other events, they aim to change the view of people regarding colonialism, neocolonialism and imperialism etc. They have already won several prices for their commitment.

„No Amnesty on Genocide“
31.08.16- 31.10.17 at the Kunsthaus KuLe in Berlin
Auguststraße 10, 10117 Berlin

Every Day from 3 to 6 p.m.