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Die Tageszeitung

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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Details

Germany

Information

High influence

Die Tageszeitung on Wikipedia


References

Official Website https://taz.de/

Twitter Profile https://twitter.com/tazgezwit…

Facebook Profile https://de…


Achievements

  • The newspaper has anti-white columns such as 'Stupid White Men' (Lalon Sander) and 'Minority Report' (Fatma Aydemir)



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  • 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.


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  • Die Tageszeitung is a left-wing newspaper created in 1978 by 'alternative teenagers of the post-68-generation'.



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Affiliations

Georg Löwisch (Business)

Lalon Sander (Business)

Margarete Stokowski (Business)

Katrin Gottschalk (Business)

Deniz Yücel (Business)

Doris Akrap (Business)

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen (Business)

Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD) (Business)

Dominic Johnson (Business)

Jacinta Nandi (Business)


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