Photo collage: Portrait of a woman with her arms crossed in front of her. The cover of the book "Heult leise, Habibis" is on the left-hand side of the picture.
© Andreas Schmidt
Photo collage: Portrait of a woman with her arms crossed in front of her. The cover of the book "Heult leise, Habibis" is on the left-hand side of the picture.
© Andreas Schmidt

Wallah Krise!

Reading: Sineb El Masrar »Heult Leise, Habibis!« / Concert: Calimba

Dates

Thursday

8/22/24

6:30 PM

/ Admission free

Thursday

8/22/24

8:30 PM

/ Admission free

Publicist and author Sineb El Masrar writes about feminism, migration, Islam, radicalization and anti-semitism. Her latest book "Heul leise, Habibis!" is aimed at the permanently outraged who see their own perspective as the center of the world. El Masrar argues for a balance of voices in which those of the larger, diverse, and much more reasonable majority must become louder in order to save society and democracy.

In German language.


The duo Calimba plays traditional and modern arrangements of Latin American rhythms from boleros to cumbia and reggae – a groovy start to a mild Summer Festival night!

Two people smile warmly into the camera. It seems to be a summer's day, there is lively activity in the background and the sunlight is shining through the trees.
K Alimba
© Kampnagel

FUNDING Rudolf Augstein Stiftung