In the merry month of May, we’ll be back at Max & Moritz — on the first Wednesday. Make sure to mark it in your calendar! We’ll be back on our regular first-Tuesday-of-the-month schedule in June.
This month, we’re taking a closer look at economic inequality and the labor movement. If you have contacts with potential speakers or experts, we’d love to hear about them — drop us a line.
Agenda/Speakers – TBA
As always, we welcome new faces, even if you’ve never attended a meeting or an event before!
Please note, we’re meeting at Max & Moritz on WEDNESDAY, May 3rd, 2017 at 7:30pm.
It’s not required, but RSVP here to let us know you’re coming and please help out by sharing this event on Facebook.
Come join us at the very first Young Dems meeting of this year on Thursday, April 27th, 2017 at 7:30pm! We will be meeting at the Irish Pub im Europa-Center Berlin near Zoo and will be focussing on Betsy DeVos’ appointment as Secretary of Education and what we can do from abroad to show our opposition to this decision.
It’s not required, but RSVP to help us plan, and share this event on Facebook so we can reach more young Americans in Berlin!
Young Dems Berlin is the Democrats Abroad Youth Caucus branch in Berlin, which includes everybody under the age of 35. The purpose of the youth caucus is to discuss topics pertaining to the youth of America, and how we can address these issues effectively from abroad.
Democrats Abroad Berlin will be participating in the March for Science in Berlin on Saturday, April 22nd, 2017. We support their mission statement and efforts to show support of science and scientific facts. We are standing up against those who denounce science. This should not be a partisan issue – science is a common good.
The march itself is from 1-4pm, we’ll be gathering at 12:30pm to walk together in front of the Berliner Dom in the Lustgarten.
Please join us on Saturday to support science and real facts! RSVP here or share this event on Facebook — and bring a friend to the march!
“Research and science represent the so-called ‘art of the soluble,’ help to build worlds that bestow mankind with freedom. We appeal to all citizens who appreciate the importance of science in a democracy. Take action against backward and populist ideologies. Do not believe simple explanations. This world is complicated – which is exactly what makes it beautiful.”
Science Marchers are getting together to make signs on April 20th: https://www.facebook.com/events/127597444445435/
Here’s the main March for Science event: https://www.facebook.com/events/394325677588482/
Whew! We’ve had an exciting March with our first meeting at a new location, the A Day Without a Woman march, the evening with Robby Mook & Martin O’Malley, March Political Pub Night at Eschenbräu, as well as the Annual General Meeting of Democrats Abroad Germany this past weekend!
We hope you’ll help us kick off April just as much enthusiasm.
Location: Begegnungsstätte Falckensteinstrasse 6, 10997 Berlin
Date: Tuesday April 4, 2017 from 7:30-9pm
Click on photo for the rest of the photos–these are by Karen Axelrad. There will be more soon. Here is the video with Governor O’Malley playing the guitar and singing.
Robby Mook, Secretary Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, and Governor Martin O’Malley, Hillary’s and Bernie’s competitor for the Democratic Party’s nomination last year, are both coming to Berlin this weekend!
Join Democrats Abroad Germany (DAG), DAG LGBT Caucus, and Democrats Abroad Berlin for an intimate evening fundraiser with Robby Mook & Governor Martin O’Malley.
On Sunday, March 12th, 2017, at CIEE Global Institute Berlin (Gneisenaustraße 27, 10961) in Kreuzberg, Robby Mook will be speak about the election, fake news, and other topics as well as taking questions from the audience. Afterwards, Governor O’Malley will also present prepared remarks and take questions from the audience.
Democrats Abroad will be marching in solidarity with the A Day Without a Woman action as a block at the Frauen*kampftag Demonstration on March 8th, 2017 starting at 5pm at Hermannplatz.
Update: We’ll be gathering in front of the McDonalds.
Join us on International Women’s Day to stand up for equality and justice for women, and the freedom to choose. As a continuation of the first Women’s March in January, Democrats Abroad will join together with multiple groups in Berlin to show its support and determination to fight for women’s rights. It is important that we send the message that what happened on January 21st around the world was not a one-time event, but truly the start of a movement. (more…)
In preparation for the March 8th Women’s March in Berlin, come to a sign-making workshop this Saturday, March 4th, 2017 from 3-7pm! Some material will be provided, but if you have extra paint, cardboard or markers, please bring them along.
Democrats Abroad will be marching in solidarity with the US Women’s Strike and the Women’s March as a block at the Frauen*kampftag Demonstration on March 8th, 2017. More information about the march can be found here:
Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop and demonstration. You can RSVP here (to let us know how many to expect) and please share this event on Facebook and encourage friends to come!
Location: Berlin Cosmopolitan School, Invalidenstraße 130, 10115 Berlin-Mitte
Time: Saturday March 4th, 2017 3-7pm
Show your support for International Women’s Day at our March meeting on March 7th, 2017 from 7:30pm, the “eve” of International Women’s Day! Democrats Abroad Berlin will be confirming new board members, launching an Op-Ed action, and inviting two speakers to discuss women’s social movements in Germany and the United States.
Please note the different meeting location for this meeting! For this meeting, we’ve found a temporary new location at Begegnungsstätte Falckensteinstrasse in Kreuzberg to make sure there’s room everyone who wants to attend the meeting.
The location is NOT a restaurant. Beverages available by donation. If you can contribute a (simple) dish for a potluck dinner, please email email@example.com to coordinate.