Is the #MeTwo movement mostly about isolated cases?

commented by Idil Baydar

Poorest nation, richest nation (Issue III+IV/2018)


Everything revolves around the question: Do you belong in Germany or not? We are seen as migrants. It’s not like I stand there and say: “I am a migrant”. We are characterised as such. Thanks to the #MeTwo movement, a lot of us realised who we were. If we want to have a say, if we want to help shape things, then we need to be clear about where we stand, where we are going and on which issues we can make a difference. 



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