Alice Hasters

Journalist, book author and podcaster

Alice Hasters is a book author and journalist. She studied at the German School of Journalism in Munich. In 2019, she published the longseller "What white people don't want to hear about racism, but should know" (hanserblau) and is currently working on her second book, which looks at the identity crises of our present. Until 2021 she worked as an editor for "Tagesschau" and "Jetzt mal konkret" (rbb), and until 2022 as a host for "Einhundert - Storys mit Alice Hasters" (Dlf Nova). Since 2016, Hasters is producing the podcast »Feuer & Brot« (Fire & Bread) about society, politics and pop culture together with Maxi Häcke.
In her publications, she deals with the topics of Afro-German identity, racism, and intersectionality.


Alles in einem, aber nie nur das Eine | Credits: Katja Ruge / Mohamed Badarne / Wolfgang Stahr / Analena Schmick

Viewed soberly, identity is a self-narrative and a self-remembering - context-dependent and ambiguous. Some current debates, however, stylise it into a dirty word.