Clear Blue Water e.V. (cbw) in Berlin is an international, multi-cultural association of artists and dedicated citizens working together to bridge the cultural gaps between races, genders, and religions (...) continue
"Der Migrationsrat Berlin Brandenburg e.V. (MRBB) veröffentlicht im Januar 2012 mit Unterstützung des Büros des Beauftragten des Berliner Senats für Integration und Migration die Broschüre „Leben nach Migration“ und das Februar NEWSLETTER u.a. mit einem Beitrag von Anthony Baggette, Vorsitzender cbw e.V., zur BHM Geschichte in Berlin.
->download, Broschüre „Leben nach Migration“
"Sozialarbeit unterm Korb":
Ein Artikel über die Kreuzberg Basketball Beats in der Berliner Zeitung vom 25.08.2013
Black History Month BERLIN 2011
live concert event by cbw eV and many supporters. Photos by jozi.tv
be Berlinternational / www.sei.berlin.de
cbw Berlin Poetry Award 2011
Urban Voices Presents The Rob Lowe & Clear Blue Water Berlin Poetry Awards 2011. In association with BeatStreet and Lady Gaby.
4th of May at Südblock in Berlin-Kreuzberg, Admiral Straße 1-2. starts 8.30 pm/4,-entrance. With after show party with Dj Daddy-O (Old school hip hop, Jazz, funk, soul)
On the night ten of Berlin’s best poets will be fighting it out for the top prize off 100 euros plus the title. (second prize being 50 and third is 25) Your host for the event is Robert Grant of BeatStreet and there will be a special performance from Lady Gaby, plus an after show party with Berlin legend Dj Daddy-O (Old school hip hop, Jazz, funk, soul) Incase we have missed any new poets to the city, we are leaving 2 slot open for people turning up at the show. It’s going to be a wonderful night celebrating why Berlin poetry is so special
February is BLACK HISTORY MONTH in BERLIN
With the 90's and the fall of the wall the BHM took a change. Instead of it being a primary African American event other African Diaspora communities started to participate. This was intiated by Black Media Acess e.V, Europa-Afrika Kulturzentrum e.V, Harambee, Peoples Art Ensemble, Intiative Schwarze Deutsche, Umoja Africa Center. The belief was that the world was changing and we as people of colour had many things in common and many bridges to build. We had dreamed BHM would inspire us to work together all year and that within 20 years it should be an institution in Berlin inspiring us all to keep on keepin' on. Now it has become an event that includes many organizations working together to educate and build a firm foundation for future generations to stand proud upon and build on!
cooperating for a BHM network. see also special programm
details here www.werkstatt-der-kulturen.de,