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ANDREAS GÜNTHER - Director

Andreas Günther was born in Dresden and grew up in the town of Ilmenau in Thuringia, Germany. Before becoming Executive Director of...

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ETHAN EARLE - Program Manager

Ethan was born in Siler City, North Carolina. He formerly worked for The Working World cooperative loan fund in Buenos Aires and New...

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CLAUDETTE CHANOINE - Financial Manager/Bookkeeper

Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Claudette joined the RLS–NYC team in 2014. She holds a BS in accounting and a Master of Business...

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KAZEMBE BALAGUN - Project Manager North America / United Nations

Born in Harlem, NY, Kazembe received his B.A. in Philosophy from Hunter College. From 2007 to 2013, he was the Education/Outreach...

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MARIANA FERNANDEZ - Project Manager United Nations

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mariana obtained an M.A. in Art History at the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 2011. Before joining...

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MARIA STARZMANN, Ph.D. - Project Manager United Nations

Maria Theresia Starzmann was born in Bad Reichenhall, Germany. She joined the RLS–NYC team after completing a Volkswagen Fellowship...

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HEIDI CHUA - Office Manager

Born in Quezon City, Philippines, Heidi graduated in Political Science at Brooklyn College with a BA thesis on China’s internal...

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THE NSU MONOLOGUES: A PERFORMANCE BY ACTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

Get your FREE tickets on Eventbrite here. In times of the rise of the far right in Germany and worldwide, extremist voices get increasingly normalized. In lockstep with the electoral successes of right-wing populist parties,...
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THE NSU MONOLOGUES: A PERFORMANCE BY ACTORS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

Get your FREE tickets on Eventbrite here. In times of the rise of the far right in Germany and worldwide, extremist voices get increasingly normalized. In lockstep with the electoral successes of right-wing populist parties, ethno-nationalist and neo-Fascist sentiments are more and more popularized. They find their ways onto protest banners or are chanted in the streets, and they often motivate racist hate crimes. Between 2000 and 2007, a far-right terrorist......
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