Links to current (online) concerts by Konstantin Wecker and guests on 09 May 2020
and press release of break isolation for the protest rally and demonstration on 11 May 2020
Concert by Konstantin Wecker & Guests/III
on Saturday, 9 May 2020, at 8:30 p.m.
live, free, worldwide and digital
With Konstantin Wecker, Jo Barnikel, Fany Kammerlander and surprise guests
On the 75th anniversary of the liberation from National Socialism!
We want to celebrate the victory over German fascism at that time with many of my antifascist songs of the last 40 years and surprise guests from different countries.
Infos and links (German):
and relive & free of charge our anti-war concert is still available
of 11 April 2020:
and of 4 April 2020:
Take care of yourself, stay healthy, disobedient and resistant.
With the request for reporting and announcement
Press release from breakisolation.net
To the press conference on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at 12 noon
live on Youtube at https://youtu.be/GCP_PUJRfqE
– Representatives of the break isolation initiative present the 12-point list of demands on the Covid 19 pandemic and its consequences, and the protest rally and demonstration on 11 May 2020
– Konstantin Wecker (Musician & Author)
– Dr. Sarah Straub (musician & psychologist)
– RA Alexander Hoffmann (attorney),
– Moderation: Michael Backmund (journalist & author)
To the rally & demonstration on Monday, 11 May 2020
Solidarity with our relatives in inpatient facilities and nursing homes – together against exclusion and contact barriers!
Protest rally & demonstration on Monday, 11 May 2020, 4 p.m., Odeonsplatz/Munich
in front of the Bayer. Ministry of the Interior/Ludwigstraße, among others with the speakers of the initiative break isolation, Konstantin Wecker (musician & author) and Sarah Straub (musician and psychologist), nursing staff, trade unionists and affected persons from different institutions. Followed by a demonstration procession to “Münchner Freiheit!” with signs, banners, music, distance and protective masks.
further information under:
Persons who belong to right-wing parties or organisations, who belong to the right-wing scene or who have already in the past made themselves known through racist, anti-Semitic, sexist, nationalist, militaristic or other inhuman statements or conspiracy theories are not welcome at the rally and demonstration.
Also interesting on this topic:
radioFeature on Bayern2 radio station
The long battle for memory. The Dachau concentration camp memorial and its history.
Feature by Michael Backmund and Thies Marsen
on Saturdays, 18 April 2020, from 1:05 p.m. to 2:00 p.m,
on Sundays, 21 April 2020 from 9:05 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (repetition)
and in the podcast of the BR (Bayerischer Rundfunk / Bavarian Broadcasting).
Website of the radio program (German):
“The German people forget too quickly” Dachau was one of the first concentration camps of the National Socialists. The memory of it is still fought over. By Michael Backmund and Thies Marsen: https://www.neues-deutschland.de/artikel/1135594.konzentrationslager-dachau-das-deutsche-volk-vergisst-zu-schnell.html appears on April 18th in Die Woche and at well-stocked kiosks and at https://www.hagalil.com/2020/04/dachau-4/ (both links German).