dan borbe protiv fašizma

(english below)

9.maja, na Dan pobede nad fašizmom nekoliko stotina ljudi (migranti i lokalci) su došli da popiju čaj i popričaju, a deca iz autonomnog  vrtića (https://www.facebook.com/KokoLepoAV)  su im pripremila kolače.

I dalje mnogo ljudi pristiže svakodnevno, nekoliko porodica sa malom decom već danima spava u parku. Noći su i dalje hladne, a mnogi nemaju ništa čime bi se pokrili. Policija dolazi svakog dana (ponekad i tokom noći), budi ljude koji pokušavaju da se odmore posle napornog puta, i tera ih da napuste parkove.

Ko želi da donira, najviše su potrebni : ćebadi ili vreće za spavanje,  hrana (vegetarijanska- bez mesa), čaj , šećer, pelene, higijena. Od odeće samo dobro očuvane, oprane stvari za prolećnu/letnju sezonu koje će se sigurno moći upotrebiti!Hvala.

Vidimo se sledeće subote.                                                                                                            Borba protiv fašizma i dalje traje.

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Day against fascism

On 9th of may, the Day of the victory over fascism a few hundred people (locals and migrants) came to drink tea and have a chat in the park in Belgrade. Children of the autonomous kindergarden “Koko Lepo” (https://www.facebook.com/KokoLepoAV) came and brought their selfmade cakes to share with the migrants.                                                                                     Still many people arrive day by day. Some families with small children have been sleeping in the park for a few nights already. The nights continue to be cold, and many of them do not have  blankets to cover. The police continues to come every day (sometimes even in the nights) and wakes the people that try to rest after a exausting journey, to force them to leave the park.

In case you would like to donate,  most needed are: blankets, food (vegetarian), tea, sugar, hygienics.

See you next saturday.                                                                                                   The struggle against fascism continues.

 

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