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30 years after "Arsch huh": artists start a new edition in Cologne

Created: 09/14/2022, 12:41 p.m

Zahlreiche Karnevalisten haben sich am Rosenmontag am Chlodwigplatz zu einer Friedensdemonstration versammelt.
On Shrove Monday 2022, numerous people should gather on Chlodwigplatz on November 9 © Oliver Berg/dpa

On November 9, 2022, the motto on the Chlodwigplatz in Cologne was once again: “Arsch huh, Zäng Ussenander!”. There is an important message here.

Cologne – 30 years ago artists from Cologne started a major event against racism and neo-Nazis with “Arsch huh, Zäng Ussenander!” (Kölsch for ass up, teeth apart). Around 100,000 people took part in the solidarity concert at the time. Now there is a new edition: On November 9, 2022 – and thus exactly 30 years to the day after the first rally – it’s “Arsch huh, Zäng Ussenander!” again.
24RHEIN has an overview of “Arsch huh, Zäng Ussenander!” 2022 in Cologne.

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