Anti-Racist Resistance and Political Existence in Denmark: Trampoline House and CAMP

A widespread feature of the dominant Danish national identity is the idea of Danishness as equivalent to democracy, respect, tolerance and freedom. By this logic, it follows that racialized minorities in the country, including refugees and migrants, are often seen as undemocratic, disrespectful, intolerant and totalitarian. This sense of Danishness additionally supports the belief that … Continue reading Anti-Racist Resistance and Political Existence in Denmark: Trampoline House and CAMP