Mixtape Migration is a city tour on life & work in Frankfurt.
Simply click on the stations and come along on the tour — whether on site or virtually.
About Mixtape Migration
What does it mean today to migrate to Frankfurt, to arrive, to live and to work here? What experiences do people make in their everyday lives, with authorities, at work or in search of it? What structural mechanisms of exclusion exist and how do people fight to create spaces for themselves? In which places does migration manifest itself in the city?
Mixtape Migration explores these questions on a virtual city tour through Frankfurt am Main. Designed by and with Frankfurt residents who have migrated here. Migration has always been an integral part of Frankfurt’s urban society. Yet migration is still seen as a problem that needs to be solved. People who migrated are often the object of public discourse rather than being considered an active part of the conversation. In Mixtape Migration, affected people and activists have their say and talk about exclusion, discrimination, and their fight against it.
Join us on a tour through our city and discover seemingly invisible places and new perspectives! Let’s come together and talk about the kind of city and society we would like to live in!
We are also happy to guide you personally through the tour!
Whether with your friends, your group, your company or for institutions and educational establishments — Mixtape Migration is also available as a guided tour.
Mixtape Migration is financed by your donations
The tour is free for everyone and is accessible to as many people as possible. At the same time, we are dependent on donations and support — we want to make the tour better known and, in a second step, expand it to include additional topics and stations.
The project is designed, organized and carried out by the non-profit association turn the corner. turn the corner is committed to a society in which we together and consciously shape how we want to live and work independently. A society in which people can be different without coercion. Learn more about turn the corner.