The Amo Collective is a group of students, artists, scholars and members of civil society based at the Institut für Europäische Ethnologie, part of Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. The collective emerged through the anti-racist and decolonial struggles surrounding the renaming of our street after Afro-German Enlightenment philosopher and anti-racist pioneer of the early 18th century: Anton Wilhelm Amo.____________________________________

UPCOMING EVENTS︎



Soon our 2024 project will be online! attuned here and in our RRSS

Counter-Mapping Berlin: Experimentelle Stadtentwürfe nach der Berliner Konferenz

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DECOLONIAL FLÂNERIE 2023

The fourth Decolonial Flânerie will be held on September 8th, 2023 in Berlin, entitled “Relating Histories – Becoming Neighbors Around Anton W. Amo Street”. We invite you to read more about the history and development of the Decolonial Flânerie on the Nachbarschaftsinitiative Anton-Wilhelm-Amo-Straße blog archive. You can read more about this year’s Decolonial Flânerie here.







THE GROUPS

In preparation for the Decolonial Flânerie 2023, we organized a public assembly within the confines of the future Amo Salon space. The workshop delved into the interwoven histories of the neighborhood, encompassing the narratives of Jewish heritage, colonial past, vestiges of the GDR era, and the ongoing anti-racist struggles. The primary objective was to spark public debate and formulate the conceptual framework for the upcoming Flânerie.












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