Each One
Anti-discrimination

EACH ONE Anti-Discrimination is a project by Each One Teach One (EOTO) e.V. 
EACH ONE offers counselling for Black, African and Afrodiasporic people in Berlin in all cases of discrimination. In addition, EACH ONE consists of a monitoring project documenting Anti-Black Racism throughout Berlin and an Intersectional Archive.

Find out more about EOTO at: www.eoto-archiv.de

NEWS

PRESS RELEASE: THE N-WORD – AN INSULT WITH CONSEQUENCES

Confrontations with the N-word are part of everyday life for Black people in Germany. EACH ONE Antidiscrimination (EOTO e.V.) documented several incidents of discrimination in 2019 in which the N-word played a role. This shows how closely racist insults and treatment are intertwined. It is high time to take to the (digital) streets and stop the N-word!

(The press release is in German)

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YOUTH AND COUNSELLING WORK DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Dear communities, partners and allies,

EOTO has reorganised its youth and councelling work in relation to the COVID19 pandemic and related restrictions.

We would be pleased if you would share the information below with Black, African and Afrodiasporic people, communities and organisations.

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CONSULTING

We council according to the principles of empowerment and partisanship, which means that the person seeking advice with his or her history, desires and interests is at the centre of our work. In most cases, discrimination is subtle and difficult to grasp; sometimes there is even uncertainty as to whether it was discrimination at all. Those seeking advice can also turn to us in order to find words to express what they have experienced.

BOOK AN APPOINTMENT AT:
eachone@eoto-archiv.de
+49 (0)30 983 24 177

OPEN ANTI-DISCRIMINATION COUNCELLING:
Wed 12pm-2pm,
Fri 3pm-5pm

OPEN SOCIAL COUNSELLING:
Tue 4pm-6pm

COUNSELLING TAKES PLACE AT:
Müllerstraße 56-58
13 349 Berlin 

EACH ONE Monitoring aims to make Anti-Black Racism in Berlin visible. Through this, we want to find ways to counteract its effects as a community and as a society.

Anti-Black Racism occurs, for example, in the form of discrimination against Black people, when looking for work or housing, during controls or searches, at school or public authorities, as well as through insults and attacks on the street, in the media and in our surroundings.

Those affected or witnesses can report cases of Anti-Black Racism to us. We document these incidents and monitor them in an annual report. 

INTERSECTIONAL
ARCHIVE

In addition to the counselling service and monitoring project, EACH ONE is also an intersectional archive. In this archive we collect knowledge about Anti-Black Racism, which helps us to develop strategies against discrimination and racism. The empirical knowledge of Black people, which is made visible through the monitoring of Anti-Black Racism, is central here. A wide-ranging collection of specialist literature, articles, reports and scientific works on Anti-Black Racism complements our inventory.

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