It took almost 110 years for Germany to accept the fact of the Namibian Genocide of 1904-1908.
What will it take to get Germany to own up fully to the atrocities it committed during the Genocide in Namibia?
The German government will have to make a substantial move towards accommodating the demands of the Namibian people.
Will Germany recognize its brutal, colonial history and how it will mark or memorialize that violent period.
Jim Naughtom's images of Herero wearing German colonial outfits, is a powerful and necessary form of post-colonial critique.
Namibia taking Germany to court in a country with its own history of genocide against indigenous peoples, hoping they may honor the U.N. Declaration of Human Rights.
There are Namibians, including Black Namibians, who resist fully addressing the genocide.
The German far right party AfD has extended its revisionism of German history to the colonial era.
German reality shows that travel to Africa have the feel of colonial era ethnographic films in how they perpetuate the image of the ‘primitive other’
The language, methods, and scale of the Herero genocide remain shocking even in the aftermath of the horrors of the Holocaust.
Land, landlessness and the German genocide of Namibians at the turn of the 20th century.
For Namibians fighting Germany over reparations, It’s about more than about a bit of land or perhaps some goats. It’s about time that debt was paid -- with interest.
…“g-word”—genocide–as descriptor. Since World War II, this term has been laden with political obligations regarding international
The mass murder of Nama and Herero by German colonists is now the subject of a documentary by the South African director, Vincent Moloi.
…either; German forces were responsible for the genocide of indigenous Herero populations in Namibia (to find
Decolonizing museums requires more than knowledge exchange and lending back stolen artifacts.