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COMMUNITY CONNECT – gemeinsam gegen Anti-Schwarzen und institutionellen Rassismus

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Online-Zoom | Sonnabend, 8. Mai 2021 | 19 – 21 Uhr

Alle Schwarzen und Afrikanischen Diaspora-Communities und Personen Afrikanischer Herkunft sind eingeladen, bei unserem virtuellen Community Connect im Kampf gegen Afrophobie (Anti-Schwarzen Rassismus) zusammenzuarbeiten und teilzunehmen. Wir möchten das Prinzip Community Connect reaktivieren, um unseren Kampf gegen Anti-Schwarzen Rassismus, Diskriminierung und Ausgrenzung gemeinsam besser zu koordinieren und zu organisieren. Die BLACK COMMUNITY Coalition stellt ihre Arbeit und die AG Anti-Schwarzer Rassimus ihren Forderungskatalog vor. Wir laden Schwarze Menschen, Organisationen und Initiativen ein, geimeinsam mit uns aktiv zu werden und unsere Kräfte zu bündeln.

Die BLACK COMMUNITY Coalition steht auf dem Standpunkt, dass Rassismus systemisch wirkt und Institutionen, Behörden und Medien, die ihn zulassen und nutzen, ihn bewusst verleugnen.

Ziele unseres Community Connect:
– Information über politische Aktionen, die durchgeführt wurden und werden
– Information über Treffen mit Regierungsvertretern und Behörden, die stattgefunden haben
– Vorstellung des „Forderungskatalog der AG Anti-Schwarzer Rassismus“
– Diskussion über die Menschenrechtssituation in unseren Communities, über Prioritäten und Anliegen

Wir laden ausdrücklich Schwarze Menschen zu dieser Diskussion ein und stellen die Perspektiven unserer verschiedenen Schwarzen und Afrikanischen Diaspora-Gemeinschaften in den Mittelpunkt.

Wir bitten um Anmeldung unter: organize@blackcommunitycoalition.de

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COMMUNITY CONNECT – united against Anti-Black and institutional racism

Online Zoom | Saturday, May 8, 2021 | 7 – 9 p.m.

All Black and African Diaspora communities and persons of African descent are invited to collaborate and participate in our virtual Community Connect in the fight against Afrophobia (anti-Black racism). We would like to reactivate the Community Connect principle to better coordinate and organize our fight against anti-Black racism, discrimination and exclusion together. The BLACK COMMUNITY Coalition will present its work and the AG Anti-Black Racism will present its list of demands. We invite Black people, organizations and initiatives to become active together with us and to join forces.

The BLACK COMMUNITY Coalition stands on the point of view that racism works systemically and institutions, authorities and media that use and execute it, deliberately deny it.

Goals of our Community Connect:

– To provide information about political actions that have been and are being taken

– Information about meetings with government representatives and authorities

– Presentation of the „Catalogue of Demands” of the Working Group on Anti-Black Racism.

– Discussion about the human rights situation in our communities, about priorities and concerns

We specifically invite Black people to this discussion and focus on the perspectives of our various Black and African Diaspora communities.

We kindly ask for registration under: organize@blackcommunitycoalition.de

Justice for Mbobda – Clarification | Prosecution | Justice

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2 years ago Brother Tonou Mbobda was murdered in the UKE-Hospital…

Since 2 years the UKE-Hospital has been disclaiming its responsibility for his violent death…

Since 2 years now, Hamburg’s public prosecutors have failed to adequately prosecute the obvious breaches of law, breaches of due diligence, and violations of policy….

Since 2 years now, the institution UKE-Hospital, the prosecuting authority public prosecutor’s office and the political leaders in the science committee have allied for a joint cover-up by stigmatizing, criminalizing and blaming the victim…

Since 2 years now, we as the Black Community Coalition for Justice & Self-Defense have been fighting together with the family and the Black Community Hamburg for the full and complete clarification of all circumstances that led to the violent death of Brother Tonou Mbobda… and we will not let this fight rest until the family receives the justice it deserves. The death of Brother Tonou Mbobda cannot and must not go unpunished and unpardoned!

We demand the indictment of those responsible in a due process of law to clarify all outstanding issues:

  • Why was Tonou Mbobda’s cardiac muscle thickening not precautionarily clarified and diagnosed by a specialist cardiologist despite multiple conspicuous and pathologically marked ECG findings and despite the additional prescription of drugs with side effects on his heart?
  • Why was the low potassium level determined by laboratory chemistry on admission not actively compensated, when it is known that low potassium levels can promote the occurrence of dangerous cardiac arrhythmias, especially in combination with the medication administered?
  • How can it be that both the responsible physician and subsequently also the public prosecutor’s office and the attorney general’s office establish an alleged danger to others, although Tonou Mbobda never attacked or injured anyone in his entire lifetime, throughout his mental history and not on the day of his death?
  • Why can the responsible physician have ordered the security service and not exercise medical supervision to ensure compliance with existing professional guidelines when they subsequently use physical force, and thus allow the security service to employ unprofessional and life-threatening techniques of violence against a patient, for which there was not even legal order issued yet?
  • How can it be that the public prosecutor in charge commissions the contract for the forensic medical examination to the UKE-Hospital itself?
  • Why was there no immediate forensic medical examination carried out to determine and document the injuries and consequences of the use of violent force despite the immediate police investigation and the explicit indication by a medical representative of the Black Community? Against forensic standards of investigation injuries were only documented 5 days later in the course of the autopsy.
  • Why is a possible positional asphyxia (circulatory collapse in prone position with hands tied behind the back and additional respiratory restriction due to sitting up/kneeling of several persons) neither mentioned nor discussed in the autopsy report of Prof. Püschel, and how does the responsible public prosecutor Mahnke come to claim a completely unscientific „minimum exposure time“ of 25 minutes as a “condition” for such an event in front the scientific committee of parliament?
  • How does the responsible public prosecutor Ogiermann of the Attorney General’s Office come to construct an allegedly avertable self-endangerment by a theoretically possible traffic accident, when there is no evidence at all for the necessary intention of the patient Tonou Mbobda to leave the clinic premises in the first place?
  • How can the violations against the PsychKG Hamburg (missing legal basis), against the S3 guideline „To prevent coercion“, against the medical duty of care (omission of diagnosis and therapy of significant concomitant diseases) and against the right of self-determination of patients have been appropriately processed, if both the public prosecutor’s offices and the scientific committee prevent their clarification and naming by an irresponsible perpetrator-victim reversal, by criminalizing the person killed with the help of the protective claims of those actually responsible for the fatality and imputing a cynical „life-saving intention“ to the perpetrators of the violence, for which there is neither professional nor actual evidence?

Neither the UKE-Hospital, nor the city of Hamburg have so far personally apologized to the family or expressed their regrets to the bereaved.

The killing of Black people is part of the structural DNA of Hamburg, if only because the responsible law enforcement agencies have so far systematically legitimized it instead of filing charges. The „failure to recognize“ implicitly and explicitly racist behavior not only through unjustified and excessive violence, but also through failure to care and ignoring fundamental rights is an unspeakable continuity that feeds on the unreflective colonial roots of the German dominant society. It is an expression of an inhuman superiority mentality that the recognition of equal rights to life and self-determination is and can still be so systematically denied in 2021. We will not continue to stand idly by and watch the killing of Black lives and institutional violence against Black people in impunity, but we will do everything necessary to ensure that anti-Black racism in Hamburg, in Germany and beyond finally comes to an end!

Touch One – Touch ALL

Justice for Mbobda

Black Community Coalition for Justice & Self-Defense

Contact: info@blackcommunitycoalition.de

Join: organize@blackcommunitycoalition.de