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Racial terror and remembrance: beyond a single story

in Glocal/History/Politics by
Racial terror in the United States. (Photo: public domain)

An American scholar in Leipzig asks: What can the US learn from Germany’s successful experience memorializing its atrocities? #NeverAgain

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Bridges of (Com)passion built in Leipzig

in Glocal/My Leipzig/Philosophies by
Bridge at Karl Heine Canal, Leipzig.

The kids’ own passions were ignited by inspiration in various literary and photographic genres, to form a fair, fresh, private philosophy of Leipzig oneness.

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Finding home with the Armenian community

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Wedding photo of Gabriel at the Temple of Garni, Armenia. (Photo courtesy of Gabriel Armas-Cardona)

Moving to Germany the middle of last year was a shock, even as an American who has lived abroad for a while. So when our guest author arrived, he reached out to a community he could connect to: the Armenians. Read his interview with the head of the community in Leipzig, and find out more about its roots and local activities.

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LeipGlo needs your help to survive

in Action/Glocal/Start up by
LeipGlo needs your help to survive. Here are three ways you can support us.

At 3 years old, we find ourselves at a critical point. If you like what we do, if we have contributed to your life in any way, please help us continue! This article shows 3 ways you can support us: donation, Spreadshirt shop, sponsored post.

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Larger than life: the story of Henrique Galvão

in Glocal/Philosophies by
Henrique Galvao

“As I sat there listening to stories of perilous travel and incredible chance encounters, I realized that the power behind Scott Galvão’s story was not in the inspiration it created for him alone, but the bigger picture his father’s life represents.”

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Heartfelt poetry for the Ausländeramt

in Glocal/Poetry by

Behind foggy glasses they ask me if I want to bleib (stay) here for immer (always) / Immer is such a long dirty word

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