In black and white? Mon, 16th March 2020, 8:00 pm What white people do not want to hear about racism: but should know Alice Hasters Lecture “Can I touch your hair?”, “Can you get sunburned?”, “Where are you from?” People who ask such questions usually don’t mean any harm. But still: They are racist. White people often don’t want to hear why. Alice Hasters explains it anyway. She describes vividly and patiently how racism shapes her everyday life as a black woman in Germany. It becomes clear that racism is not only a problem on the right wing of society. Hasters was born in Cologne in 1989. She studied journalism in Munich, now lives in Berlin and works for the Tagesschau and RBB, among others. In cooperation with the Migration Hub Heidelberg Hint Dear Guests, due to the intensifying developments and the corresponding official orders of the City of Heidelberg in the context of the measures to contain corona virus infections, all events at the DAI Heidelberg will be cancelled from March 13 to April 19, 2020 inclusive. Tickets already purchased can be returned at the respective advance booking office.