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The annual autumn break workshop week “ROOTS & ROUTES goes Bergisch Gladbach” took place in 2020 linked with the project “iJuLa – intersectional youth labs in the Veedel”. Along the theme “Hip-Hop for Democracy” 29 young people artistically dealt with the topic of “fear”.
Photo: Andrä Klaukien
For the first time, a ROOTS & ROUTES autumn break workshop week in Bergisch Gladbach did not end with a public performance, but with a joint film production: due to the pandemic, this was the safer option.
29 young people from Bergisch Gladbach and Cologne spent 5 days intensely working on the topic of “fear” – and with how dangerous deliberately fuelled fears can be for a democracy. In urban dance, breakdance, music, graffiti and video workshops, elements were created that were then combined into a joint film production.
Bergisch Gladbach News
The autumn break workshop week “Hip-Hop for Democracy 2020 – ROOTS & ROUTES goes Bergisch Gladbach” of the KREA Youth Club Bergisch Gladbach is embedded in the project “iJuLa – intersectional YouthLabs in the Veedel”. iJuLa is a project of ROOTS & ROUTES Cologne e. V. (RRCGN) and is funded by the program “Demokratie Leben” of the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth, and in 2020 additionally by the DOHLE Foundation. The Kreativitätsschule Bergisch Gladbach e. V. as project sponsor received funding for the project on the part of the Child and Youth Promotion Plan NRW.