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November 11, 2021 13:00 - 18:00

Black Community Potluck Picnic

Organised by AfroPolitan Berlin & BlackBrownBerlin

Saturday, 4th September, 1pm - 6pm (13:00 - 18:00 Uhr)

FREE - donations & picnic contributions encouraged!

The picnic will take place in a central park in Berlin, the exact location will be announced shortly.

Registration: (please RSVP, so we know roughly what numbers to expect)

For the third year in a row, we want to invite you to our now annual Black Community Potluck Pcinic! We deserve to feel joy, have fun and just be, so let's do that!

Black Brown Berlin & AfroPolitan Berlin invite you to join us for a day full of good food, relaxing, mingling as well as exchanging ideas, networking and fun activities. We will provide non-alcoholic beverages, snacks, a few blankets and music.

As a potluck community picnic, we ask everyone to bring along what they can contribute (food, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, more blankets). Sharing is caring!

To make sure everyone can arrive safely or finds us, there will be two pic-ups from one of the main entrances. Time and location will be announced.

Note: This is a community event which is exclusively directed at members of the Black community*. Non-Black parents of Black kids are invited to join us. There will also be an awareness team, which will make sure we can picnic in peace.

****This picnic aims to create a safer space for ALL members of the Black community. We will not tolerate any kind of (hetero-) sexism, hostility against LGBTQIA+, ableism, ageism or body-shaming.****

*With the term „For members of the Black community” we would like to point out that these workshops and events are aimed exclusively at people who position themselves as Black. That means people who are part of the African diaspora, those who experience anti- Black- racism and are categorized as non-white/ Black by the white population. In order to give racially discriminated Black people an opportunity to articulate their thoughts within a „safe space“, without experiencing exclusion and avoiding the paternalism of a majority of non- Black participants, we create certain spaces exclusively.