A Retired Teacher’s Courageous Crusade: Tackling Neo-Nazi Hate in Germany
Even ill health hasn’t stopped her determined drive to wipe out extremist propaganda. After undergoing a cancer operation at a Berlin hospital in 1995, Mensah-Schramm found two swastikas painted in a stairwell. She rushed back to the nurses, asked for acetone and scrubbed away as much as she could before becoming too weak to finish the job. It was the first day Mensah-Schramm was able to get out of bed.
A courageous lady takes on the most obvious signs of resurgent neo-nazism in Berlin. Visit her website at hassvernichtet.de