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Who are these children, who remembers?

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The week continues with the Neukölln, Mitte and Reinickendorf for our people newsletters, which have already been subscribed to more than 262,000 times throughout Berlin. You can order our newsletter from these three Berlin districts, like all other Tagesspiegel district newsletters, free of charge here: leute.tagesspiegel.de.

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Madlen Haarbach writes from NEUKÖLLN:

  • The Neukölln neighborhood house celebrates its 75th anniversary. From a “neighborhood headquarters” in Werbellinstraße various offers and locations in the district. Among other things, the association looks after families, advises people from South-Eastern Europe and advocates for accessibility. During the anniversary preparations, a photograph of five children who visited the neighborhood house in the late 1950s also surfaced. Now the question must be clarified: Who are the children? Who recognizes himself and possibly still has memories of back then? More on this in the newsletter, other topics this time include:
  • Building schools, addiction help, changing traffic: District councilors decide on a new budget
  • Liecke Councilor for Social Affairs criticizes “administrative chaos” and “lack of control” in the accommodation of Ukrainian refugees
  • Neukölln schools raise money for children and youth in Ukraine
  • Ten Years of Literature Festival “Rudow Reads”
  • Kokoni Britz: A sustainable settlement will be built on Mohriner Allee
  • Neo-Nazi Maurice P. from Neukölln in court after racist attack
  • Neukölln is the associated district of this year’s Fête de la Musique
  • Myth Tamara Bunke: Exhibition “Red Threads” in the Kindl
  • Grandma, Grandpa and Me: Hands-On Exhibition at the Children’s Art Center

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Lisa Erzsa Weil reports from REINICKENDORF:

  • District Assembly decides on a new double budget for 2022 and 2023
  • “The public likes to go to a cultural center on their doorstep” – a visit to the Frohnauer Center Bagatelle
  • Tegel airport becomes the accommodation and distribution center for refugees from Ukraine
  • Violent riots during the match BSV Grün-Weiss Neukölln against VfB Hermsdorf
  • Ukraine helps in the district
  • Laying of two stumbling blocks at Eichborndamm
  • Exhibition of the artistic workshops in the atrium
  • Choral concerts in early April at the Johanneskirche
  • Dance show and concert at the “Salon Interkulturell”

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Robert Klages reports from the MITTE district:

  • Black and white painting: where will the zebra crossings be made this year
  • Barrier Free: What is “Barrier Free Alternative Transport” on the U8
  • Superior Court: Arbitrator wanted, and what he should be able to do
  • Warning Commemoration: Fascism and Resistance Active Museum Commemorates Forced Laborers
  • Light in the dark: how parks could be better lit
  • Stopped: now some parking spaces in Krausenstrasse
  • Big Money: District Budget Dispute
  • A matter of opinion: you can win an annual ticket for the C/O Berlin and a signed Harald Hauswald catalog
  • Sports offers for children

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