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>> #MeTwo.>> The #MeTwo movement is making headlines again. But this time, it's specifically about racism in Germany. And there's a tweak to the spelling. It started at gaining traction after German footballer Mesut Ozil resigned from the German National Team on Sunday. Blaming the racism and disrespect he faced because of his Turkish roots.
Now thousands have been sharing their experiences online. And one individual, Ali Can, set about launching the hashtag to get people talking.>> Since Ozil left national team after the World Cup, I thought about discrimination because thousands of people in Germany have got the same experience. When we are successful, we are seen as Germans and well integrated.
And if we make mistakes, so they say you have got a migration background.>> Ozil's resignation shone a light on ethnicity in modern Germany. The online campaign comes amid a political debate about how to integrate an influx of migrants. Merkel's open-door policy during Europe's migrant crisis has seen a far-right backlash.
Now this latest social media campaign has even drawn reaction from members of the German government. The country's foreign minister tweeting, I recommend that anybody who thinks racism is not a problem in Germany anymore, reads all the #MeTwo tweets.