Document: Hoyerswerda | Frontex
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Keywords

migration
pogrom
GDR
Mozambique
Frontex

How to Cite

Kaske, T. (2019). Document: Hoyerswerda | Frontex. Journal of Anthropological Films, 3(02), e2761. https://doi.org/10.15845/jaf.v3i02.2761

Abstract

Four migrants from Mozambique provide eyewitness testimony about the racially motivated attacks that took place in Hoyerswerda, Saxony, in 1991. Their report is read to accompany archive shots, obtained directly in the streets of German city, which are shown in one half of the frame. The other half contains drone surveillance footage obtained by Frontex, the agency responsible for protecting the European Union's borders.

https://doi.org/10.15845/jaf.v3i02.2761
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