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Poster "I haaß Kolaric, du haaßt Kolaric, warum sogns zu dir Tschusch" (My name is Kolaric, your name is Kolaric, why do they call you Tschusch? " Tschusch is a derogatory name for foreigner
made by the agency Lintas ordered by Aktion Mitmensch (Campaign Fellow Man)This legendary poster set in motion the touring exhibition "Am Anfang war Kolaric" ("In the beginning was Kolaric") against xenophobia and racism in Austria, assembled by the Initiative Minderheiten (Initiative Minorities), opened 1994 in parliament...
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Source: Ursula Hemetek (ed.): Am Anfang war der Kolaric. Plakate gegen Rassismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit, (In the Beginning was Kolaric. Posters against Racism and Xenophobia), Initiative Minderheiten (Minorities Action Group)/S?dwind Verlag, 2000
Smeared Kolaric-Poster from the early seventies
of the Aktion Mitmensch (Campaign Fellow Man)
© Profil-Fotoarchiv, Vienna
Say Tschusch one more time!, 1991
By Patricio Handl, from the series: Auseinandersetzung mit Wien (Coming to Terms with Vienna), Photo: Stefan Liewehr
Source: Ursula Hemetek (ed.): Am Anfang war der Kolaric. Plakate gegen Rassismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit (In the Beginning was Kolaric. Posters against Racism and Xenophobia), Initiative Minderheiten (Minorities Action Group)/S?dwind Verlag, 2000
Worker participation rights for foreign colleagues, 1994
Ordered by the Verein zur Betreuung der Ausländer, Linz - Salzburg - Dornbirn - Wien (the Association for the Care of Foreigners, Linz - Salzburg - Dornbirn - Vienna). AK-Wahl (Association of Workers and Employees Election), 2./3.10.1994
Source: Ursula Hemetek (ed.): Am Anfang war der Kolaric. Plakate gegen Rassismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit (In the Beginning was Kolaric. Posters against Racism and Xenophobia), Initiative Minderheiten (Minorities Action Group)/S?dwind Verlag, 2000
What would we do without Zilk, Busek and Pawkowitz?
Word-play with Viennese politicians' names, illustrating the fact that their own ancestors were not Austrians or at all events did not come from what is now Austrian territory. By Claude Buri and Albert Winkler
Source: Ursula Hemetek (ed.): Am Anfang war der Kolaric. Plakate gegen Rassismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit (In the Beginning was Kolaric. Posters against Racism and Xenophobia), Initiative Minderheiten (Minorities action Group)/S?dwind Verlag, 2000
CroatsSerbsSlovenes ... no problems
By Stefan Schaja, commissioned and subsidized by the Burgenland Croatian Center and the "Initiative Minderheiten" (Minorities Action Group)
Source: Ursula Hemetek (ed.): Am Anfang war der Kolaric. Plakate gegen Rassismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit (In the Beginning was Kolaric. Posters against Racism and Xenophobia), Initiative Minderheiten (Minorities action Group)/S?dwind Verlag, 2000
What separates us connects us, 1994
By Agentur KLASAN (Agency KLASAN), ordered by the Wiener Krankenanstalten (hospitals of Vienna)
Source: Ursula Hemetek (ed.): Am Anfang war der Kolaric. Plakate gegen Rassismus und Fremdenfeindlichkeit (In the Beginning was Kolaric. Posters against Racism and Xenophobia), Initiative Minderheiten (Minorities action Group)/S?dwind Verlag, 2000
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