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2017 August 7-11, TransAtlantic Capital to Capital Exchange – Berlin, Germany

Tom Reed was notably silent last August; one might have wondered where he was. Members of Congress file travel reports after the fact. 35 more words

Berlin Reacts to the Assassination of John F. Kennedy

Today’s post is written by David Langbart, an Archivist in the Textual Records Division at the National Archives at College Park.

After President John F. Kennedy’s triumphant June 1963 visit to West Berlin to show support for that city and his famous proclamation “Ich bin ein Berliner,” it should not be surprising that citizens of West Berlin reacted strongly to the President’s assassination. 418 more words

Archives II

My Eric Kim Workshop Experience

Just a little over a week ago I had one of the most memorable photographic weekends ever when I attended the workshop “Conquer Your Fears in Street Photography” with Street Photo Legend Eric Kim in Berlin. 1,674 more words



1.can you introduce yourself ? 

My name is Karina Griffith, I am the curator of Republik Repair

2. Tell us about Republik Repair

It is a Black perspectives’ festival on the topic of reparations, and the full title is “Ten Points, Ten Demands, One Festival – Republik Repair: Reparatory Imaginings from Black Berlin Republik Repair is for continuing work that has already been done here in Berlin, in Germany, in Europe and beyond. 1,017 more words


Wandering Eyes Dispatch 4: Berlin ~ Mitte

What you think to be a Calvin Klein or an Olga Tamakhina advert… Is in actuality just another beautiful Berliner looking forlorn and lost who fell prey to my camera. 143 more words

Street Photography

Berlin: Café Mugrabi

Looking for the perfect hummus experience in the middle of a European capital can be quite the challenge. Thankfully, we came across Café Mugrabi, hidden in one of Berlin’s hip districts. 616 more words


Holocaust Memorial, Berlin

Holocaust Memorial, Berlin

One of the things that stood out the most in our trip to Berlin, was visiting the Holocaust Memorial. Both the memorial and underground museum are an important and harrowing reminder of the atrocities committed during the Holocaust. 257 more words