Mohamed Amjahid

Mohamed Amjahid


Mohamed Amjahid was born as the son of so-called guest workers in Frankfurt am Main in 1988. He attended school in Morocco until he graduated from high school. He studied political science in Berlin and Cairo and conducted research on various anthropological projects in North Africa. During his studies, he worked as a journalist for taz, Frankfurter Rundschau and Deutschlandfunk. After completing his master's degree, Mohamed Amjahid worked as a trainee at the Tagesspiegel in Berlin. Afterwards he worked as a political reporter for the weekly newspaper Die Zeit and Zeit Magazin. He is currently working on several new book projects. Anthropologically and journalistically, he focuses on human rights, equality and upheaval in the USA, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. 

Mohamed Amjahid‘s main publications include Among Whites: What It Means to Be Privileged (Hanser Berlin, 2017) and The white spot. A guide to anti-racist thinking (Piper Verlag, 2021).

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