Die Tageszeitung ("The Daily Newspaper"), stylized as die tageszeitung and commonly referred to as taz, is a cooperative-owned German daily newspaper administrated by its employees. Founded in 1978 in Berlin as part of an independent, progressive and politically left-leaning movement, it has focused on current politics, social issues such as inequality, and ecological crises both local and international.
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The newspaper has anti-white columns such as 'Stupid White Men' (Lalon Sander) and 'Minority Report' (Fatma Aydemir)
The taz published an article by Deniz Yücel, where he insulted Thilo Sarrazin, author of 'Deutschland schafft sich ab' (Germany abolishes itself), by wishing he would die of a stroke. The original article was taken off the website after the taz had to pay Sarrazin 20.000€ compensation and is no longer publicly available.
Die Tageszeitung is a left-wing newspaper created in 1978 by 'alternative teenagers of the post-68-generation'.
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