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Berlin Postcolonial eV
Uhlandstr. 7
13156 Berlin

Each One Teach One eV
Togostr. 76
13351 Berlin

Initiative Black people in Germany eV
Lausitzer Strasse 10
10999 Berlin

Berlin City Museum Foundation
post street 13-14
10178 Berlin

In the legal sense, the provider of this website is the Berlin City Museum Foundation, Berlin State Museum for Culture and History.

Berlin City Museum Foundation
State Museum for Culture and History of Berlin

Foundation under public law
Poststrasse 13-14
D-10178 Berlin
Telephone +49 30 24002 150
Fax +49 30 24002 187

Bank details
Berlin Volksbank
IBAN DE94 1009 0000 8841 0320 13
Sales tax identification number DE 812241955

Board and Director: Paul Spies

Responsible (iSdP)

The following project partners are responsible for the individual subpages

[hi]stories: Christian Kopp (Berlin Postcolonial eV)

[Re]Presentations: Christian Kopp (Berlin Postcolonial eV)

in[ter]ventions: Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard (Each One Teach One eV)

[Re]visions: Nadja Ofuatey-Alazard (Each One Teach One eV)

For all other pages: Anna Yeboah (Initiative Black People in Germany eV)

Dekoloniale of Memory Culture in the City
Wilhelmstr. 92
10117 Berlin

concept and design

visual intelligence & communication GbR
Seestr. 111
13353 Berlin


Seiler Schell GbR
Hein-Hoyer-Str. 18
20359 Hamburg


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