Originally from Bonn, Hanna has studied social sciences with a focus on public sphere theory, feminist critique, and political communication in places as diverse as Erfurt, Lille and Berlin. She holds a scholarship from the Hans-Böckler-Foundation and is currently finishing her Master’s degree in Social Sciences at Humboldt University of Berlin, focusing on the relevance of race and gender in the capitalist labor division. Hanna has worked for Amnesty International, Actors for Human Rights, and the Heinrich-Böll-Foundation. She is part of the women’s and queer- strike movement and involved in antiracist struggles.
Updated May 2019
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