December 27, 2013

Germany's New Minority Comics

Alexander Kuhn, Der Spiegel

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A new generation of comedians with foreign roots are shining an irreverent light on the prejudices they encounter in Germany. But when it comes to the integration debate, do their brash, cliché-rife performances do more harm than good?

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