On Tuesday, October 11th, our grade 10 class went to the Lucas Film Festival at the Deutches Filmmuseum to see the American documentary, The Cave of Adullam. This movie offers a touching insight into the life of black youths in a martial arts school in Detroit, Michigan, USA. After the film, we had a talk with guest speaker, Olad Aden, an African-German-American Street Social Worker, Photographer and Videographer based in Berlin, Germany. He has initiated and facilitated a number of youth exchange programs like “The BronxBerlinConnection“. Together with a group of Social Workers and teaching artists he has been conducting the project „ZwischenWelten“ in the youth detention facility Berlin.