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NEW ACTIVISM

KIDS OF THE TRUMP ERA

Get Me a tote bag

Whether it is the influence of Russia, the impact of Facebook, the effect of social (internet) bubbles, or just stone-cold reality: Trump is a symbol of our time. His achievement to become president in this day and age is momentous for the state of our democracy, individuality, and daily reality. One day, we will look…

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Get Me: Get Me

AMFI in converation with Shirin Mirachor

Hilary Clinton claimed the birth of a ‘civil society 2.0’, a hypercritical society where each of us is able to become a digital revolutionary. The Internet has made it possible to create initiatives that are leaderless, decentralized and not bound to any organizational hierarchy. Now it is us – the young generation – working with…

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Celebrating SMIB: GRGY

From three young mavericks to creators of culture

The boys were once connected by growing up in the Bijlmer: Ray, who still lives there; Georgy, who now lives in the center of Amsterdam; and Quincy, who now lives in the north of the city. Today, they are connected by how they think and what they want in life. They are connected by their…

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Celebrating SMIB: GHQST

From three young mavericks to creators of culture

The boys were once connected by growing up in the Bijlmer: Ray, who still lives there; Georgy, who now lives in the center of Amsterdam; and Quincy, who now lives in the north of the city. Today, they are connected by how they think and what they want in life. They are connected by their…

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Celebrating SMIB: Ray Fuego

From three young mavericks to creators of culture

The boys were once connected by growing up in the Bijlmer: Ray, who still lives there; Georgy, who now lives in the center of Amsterdam; and Quincy, who now lives in the north of the city. Today, they are connected by how they think and what they want in life. They are connected by their…

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HIPSTER/MUSLIM (VIDEO)

Brussels/Molenbeek (zone du canal)

Beyond stigmas, HIPSTER/MUSLIM aims to start a conversation. Through personal interviews about identity, prejudices, faith – it’s a new playground given to speech.

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RABIE & YASSIN

HIPSTER/MUSLIM: BRUSSEL/MOLENBEEK

Beyond stigmas, HIPSTER/MUSLIM aims to start a conversation. Through personal interviews about identity, prejudices, faith – it’s a new playground given to speech. In conversation with Yassin and Rabie, the dancers.

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RADICALISM: TODAYS NEW ACTIVISM

Thoughts behind Get Me's new issue

With this new generation of system-fighters, the activist is replaced by the radical. In the upcoming months, Get Me will uncover the soul of today’s activist by further exploring this statement.

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THE TWENTY-SOMETHING MILLENNIAL:

CIVILISED AS NEVER BEFORE

Questioning about how we, Millennials, are shaped by the daily interaction of our on- and offline realities, I dived into the fascinating last part of the literature trilogy of Professor Turkle, realizing my generation has became civilised as never before.

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In conversation with Valentijn de Hingh

an item about art, gender and today's Zeitgeist

Together with Dutch model and literature graduate Valentijn de Hingh, I pay a visit to the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam to view Isa Genzken: Mach Dich hübsch! The exhibition is the first retrospective of one of the most influential artists in the last forty years. We talked with Valentijn about art, gender and today’s zeitgeist.

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