Red Wedding: The Communist history of Berlin’s reddest district
You’d never know it from from reading official historical markers, but Wedding was the site of the […]
Ai Weiwei: “Home is the place to share”
From 2015 to 2019, Ai Weiwei lived in a roomy Altbau on Greifswalder Straße. But when he […]
Meet Leo Jogiches, Rosa Luxemburg’s spymaster who lived in Neukölln
Leo Jogiches, one of Rosa Luxemburg's closest collaborators, was also murdered by the police. Historian Nathaniel Flakin […]
When Berlin was a centre of worldwide anti-colonial struggles
With the 12th Berlin Biennale is focusing on decolonial engagement, we remember Berlin's history of anti-colonial struggle.
Red Flag: Did the police really attack protestors over an FDJ flag?
On Sunday 2,000 people gathered in Friedrichshain for the LL-Demo, but it didn’t go smoothly. Nathaniel Flakin […]
Digging for communists
Excavating Lenin’s 3.5-tonne decapitated head from a Müggelheim forest kicked off Rick Minnich’s filmmaking career, and brought […]