Come to the Seerose in Kreuzberg (Mehringdamm 47) on March 4, 8 pm, for a special Stammtisch event. We are pleased to have Jessica Osenbrugge talk to us about “Rights Violations of Indigenous Peoples at the United States/Mexico Border.” Jessica, who is a supporter, advocate and educator on North American Indigenous Rights Conflicts, will talk for 15-20 minutes and then we can all ask questions.
Jessica lives both in the United States and in Germany, is originally from Wisconsin and comes from “a family that has a dual heritage: Euro-American and Ojibwe.” She works in conjunction with Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras/ Indigenous Alliance Without Borders, based in Tucson, Arizona.
So come to the Seerose for our regular first Thursday of the month Stammtisch. Take the U6 or the U7 to U-Bahnhof Mehringdamm, or buses 119 or 140. We’re in the quiet back room from 8 pm to 10:00 or 10:30. Join us for good conversation and vegetarian specialties made with fresh ingredients at very reasonable prices! See www.seerose-berlin.de for details. Come hungry!