ID-Withoutcolors:Institutional racism in Germany
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On March 27, 2012, the administrative court of Koblenz, in Western Germany, dismissed a complaint by a black German who was asked to show his papers while traveling by train.
The judges ruled that skin color was reasonable grounds on which to carry out ID checks. The sentence confirmed for the first time since WWII the existence and practice of racial profiling in Germany.
- Running time
- 29 minutes
- Riccardo Valsecchi ... Director, DOP, Editor
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- Migrationsrat Berlin-Brandenburg
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- Berlin, Germany
- Release year
- Sardinia Film Festival, Festiwalla, One World Film Festival
- 2013 Sardinia Film Festival, 2013 Respekt Gewinnt Preis, 2013 Quartiermeister Preis
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- Broadcast (Acq.)
- German, English
- English, Italian
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