2. Gathering „Frankfurt for all. Solidarity-based City“

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Friday, 29th of January, 4 – 8 pm at „Haus Gallus“, Frankenallee 111, Frankfurt

Dear all,
our first Gathering „City for all“ is already behind us. Since then, a lot happened: A big demonstration took place on the day of human rights with more than 1500 participants. An attempt to realize a „Project Shelter“ as a place for homeless refugees in an abandoned building and its eviction. The Slogan „City for all“ popped up in many places. An ongoing debate about the further restriction of the right of asylum. Various racist attacks and the incidents on new year eve in Cologne. And a political atmosphere we fear to be on its turning point.

We want to take up the good vibe of our first gathering and hold on to our common goal on a solidarity-based city Frankfurt, a City for All. Along the four areas - labor and labor conditions, access to health and education, living and living spaces and the defense of rightist's attacks - we want to keep working. Through this, we want to support and connect each other, create mutual empowerment and be a politically recognized counter-voice.

Therefore, we very much invite you to take part in the 2nd Gathering on January 29th from 4 – 8 pm at „Haus Gallus“.

It doesn't matter if you are young or old, a newbie or long-time experienced, freshly moved to Frankfurt or lived here for a long time. It doesn't matter, if you are part of any association, initiative, organization or just on your own – we want to gather again to share and develop a collective vision of a solidarity-based city.
The Declaration for a solidarity-based Frankfurt – a result of the 1st Gathering – was already spread widely and is still in discussion.
Frankfurt for Everybody: Solidary City!

We are still looking for more supporters signing the declaration and are hoping for a fruitful debate on how to change this city.

Initiative „Frankfurt für Alle! c/o Frankfurter Arbeitslosenzentrum, Friedberger Anlage 24, 60316 Frankfurt