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  • Berliners channel political unease with techno protests
  • Berliners channel political unease with techno protests
    Vonecia Carswell (2018) ©
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Berliners channel political unease with techno protests

Young people in Berlin are expressing their political dissatisfaction by dancing in the streets. In a more creative form of protest, the city’s clubs have funded a techno party in the city centre to help engage young people with political demonstration and let them have their voices heard.

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