Statues around the globe are in the spotlight. What should societies remember about the past? Which monuments need to topple to make way for a fairer future? KULTURAUSTAUSCH asked experts and journalists from around the world.
What should societies remember about the past? And which monuments need to topple to make way for a fairer future? Every week KULTURAUSTAUSCH talks about these questions to experts and authors from around the world. Today: Kodjo Valentin Glaeser from the advisory board of the Initiative of Black People in Germany (ISD)
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Commented by the anthropologist Wangui Kimari from Kenya.
Commented by the author and artist D. S. Chougale, India.
Commented by the author and professor for Women’s Studies, Dr. Sally Roesch Wagner, USA.
Commented by the cultural historian Ebbe Volquardsen.
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Commented by the Argentinian writer Mauro Libertella.
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Commented by the historian Ulrich Mählert.
Commented by the South African writer Malaika Wa Azania.
Commented by the Indian novelist Amit Chaudhuri, who has been part of the “Rhodes Must Fall” movement in Great Britain.
Commented by political scientist Titipol Phakdeewanich from Thailand.
Commented by the Italian archeologist Dafna Goldschmidt.