Powerful International Women’s Day 2021!

Let’s celebrate!

As we commemorate International’s Women’s Day, let’s celebrate each other – all women and femmes, especially Black, Indigenous, Trans, queer, refugee and working class women and femmes of Color and those with disabilities and/or chronic illnesses.

Your achievements are acknowledged and they are paving the way to intersectional justice.

Thank you!

In particular, we would like to thank all female-identifying women and trans rights activists, human rights defenders, community organizers, and feminist groups and organizations.

Thank you for your resilience, strength, tirelessness and continued commitment!

We shall never stop:

  • building transnational and community solidarity networks
  • fighting for intersectional justice, bodily autonomy, sexual and reproductive health and rights, equal rights and power within families, the workplace and public institutions
  • fighting patriarchy, capitalism, racism, gender-based violence, femicide, and all forms of intersectional discrimination.

“I will no longer except the things I cannot change, I change the things I cannot except.”

-Angela Davis

See you today at 2pm at Unter den Linden 78,. 10117 Berlin

In solidarity,
BIWOC* Rising Team ­čĺś


Film Screening: “Cinema After Liberation”

In our collaboration with the Anti Colonial Alliance Berlin & Cinelogue, we want to celebrate the Anticolonial Month 2021 with you by inviting you to our film screening and – discussion with Rehana Esmail, founder of Cinelogue, a collaborative online film streaming platform and a growing postcolonial film archive promoting critical dialogue about cinema, representation and politics.

QTI*BIWOC Schreib Workshop

Wolltest du schon immer mal deine eigenen Texte verfassen? Reportagen schreiben? Lernen besser zu recherchieren oder auch zu pitchen? In unserem interaktiven Workshop habt ihr die M├Âglichkeit, mit BIWOC* Leaders und Unternehmer:innen aus der Community zu sprechen, die ihr eigenes Unternehmen oder Projekt gegr├╝ndet haben.


BIWOC* Rising is the first intersectional co-working space & social club in Berlin and Germany. This safer space is exclusively for women, trans, inter and non-binary people who identify as Black, indigenous or of Colour! Through training programs, empowerment workshops, and a work-desk in the heart of Berlin-Kreuzberg, BIWOC* Rising is creating a new working culture ÔÇô a working culture that transcends the white, homogenous, capitalist one that has been a core driver of gentrification and marginalization in Berlin.