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German Theater Company Helps Minorities Tell Their Storiesi
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March 19, 2013 8:08 PM
Germany is in the midst of a wide-ranging debate about race, religion, and inclusion of its non-white citizens. Part of that discussion has been whether the media could do more to include people from minority backgrounds. As Michael Scaturro reports from Berlin, one theater company is putting cameras into the hands of young people from Turkish, African, and other backgrounds - to enable them to tell their own stories.

German Theater Company Helps Minorities Tell Their Stories

Published March 19, 2013

Germany is in the midst of a wide-ranging debate about race, religion, and inclusion of its non-white citizens. Part of that discussion has been whether the media could do more to include people from minority backgrounds. As Michael Scaturro reports from Berlin, one theater company is putting cameras into the hands of young people from Turkish, African, and other backgrounds - to enable them to tell their own stories.


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