Organizers said at least 150,000 people turned out Saturday.
The local branch of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative party didn’t back the protest, with senior official Stefan Evers arguing that its supporters included various “dubious organizations.”
240,000 people protest against racism & call for solidarity against the rise of far-right populism in Germany & Europe. #UnitedWeStand #StrongerTogether #unteilbar #MoreInCommon
Whenever you hear about the rise of the far-right in Germany, remember that these sorts of things are also happening: Tens of thousands of people (150 000 by one estimate) marched against xenophobia and the far-right in Berlin today
Eight #German police officers were injured late Saturday as concert-goers at a far-right concert flung bottles and stones at them, as the country witnesses an upsurge in anti-immigrant protests.
Over 200,000 people have taken to the streets of Berlin to face down the rise of far-right populism in Germany and Europe. The protesters were demanding more solidarity with marginalized groups. #wirsindmehr