I can't find German resources online that aren't pro-police to help me know what my rights are and how to be safe when confronted by the police force in Germany, if someone can help me find resources that would be great!
smn OP wrote
Yeah exactly, a clear-cut and accessible zine or guide would be helpful. I'll bring it up. Thanks for the advice!
Contact ABC dresden or the anarchist network dresden (AND)
a short followup
those are just a couple and if you need help tracking down more groups let me know. even if the pages are not that up to date, still contact them as most are active in one form or another. look through their related links as well, I know at least one of these (I want to say ABCDD) had info about contacting a lawyer they work with if you're in trouble, but I haven't been able to find it again. So likely just contact them will be the best option.
best of luck and stay safe. solidarität mit den anarchistiche, häftlinge, und alles.
smn OP wrote
Thanks so much!
np and good luck with whatever you're dealing with, hopefully you can find what you need and like I said, if you need more help with whatever just shoot me a message
Green and black cross?
You could contact the squats in berlin, they have giant anarchist flags outside some of them with full social centers inside. They might be able to help inform you, who knows maybe you can help them make a little zine or something to share with others in your country about this topic