Week for Democracy and Tolerance: Film screening with panel discussion

The Week for Democracy and Tolerance will take place in Sinsheim from 5 to 10 February 2024. This year's focus is on racism. The film "Schwarze Adler" will be screened at 19:00 CET on Tuesday 6 February in cooperation with Cinema Paradiso (age recommendation 6+).

The film tells the stories of black players in the German national football team. Prominent players such as Gerald Asamoah, Cacau and Steffi Jones have their say. It is an unembellished portrait of the darker side of German football and aims to raise awareness of racism in society.

The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion with TSG defender Kevin Akpoguma, TSG women's head coach Stephan Lerch and David Limberger, a teacher at the Hoffenheim youth players' residence.

The film starts at 19:00. Admission is 7.50. Tickets are available from Citydom Sinsheim, tel.: 07261 6569555 or via

Further info on the Week for Democracy and Tolerance

The focus of the Week for Democracy and Tolerance in Sinsheim is on racism. The theme week offers various event formats for different target groups, which you can find in the flyer. Various institutions and stakeholders are involved in the preparation and organisation. The Federation of German Trade Unions and the Municipal Department for Children and Youth have been organising this project week in Sinsheim since 2016. The permanent cooperation partners include the Hoffenheim Fan Project, the Kommunales Kino Cinema Paradiso e.V., the Alliance for Tolerance, the TSG Hoffenheim fan support team, the Old Synagogue Steinsfurt Association and the Doll Book Store.

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